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Colognes and Had- 
kerchief Extrac* 

. From France and Germany. •'<• re- 
ceived. See our window. 



Campbell'. Prescription Bto. 





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COAL, 



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HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 

1XS2 Government St Phone II. 



£BT11U8BZI> XV 1858. 



VOL, Clll., NO, 224 



VICTORIA, B, C„ THURSDAY, AUGUST 25j 1910 



TWENTY PAGES 



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For a God Reliable 



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Time 



The Challonr & Mitchell 
SpecialExcels 





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OF FK 



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■List of Fatalities Not Yet Com- 
plete—Several -Parties Who 
Are Arripng Coeur d'Afehe 

Mountains Fail to Report 

SPREAD OF FLAMES 



tin >roughl> 



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excellent 



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tini'e- 
Tf in need o|a reliable watch, it 
par yon to come in ad examine <<ne,. . 

Prices Rang< from $15 

According-*? ca^e. 



Challoner & Mit.hell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers . D17 Government Street 



1,,, .1 j 1: 1 y-one;. ,r distributed as COl- 
i,,u j Big '■'!■' ek, 13 BulMon Mine, 8; 
Wallace 3; I'l^yr Creek,, »'-. Setaer 
( :reek. Avery Ereelni 1. -, St, Joe, t 

in addition, Hi- supervisor baa re- 
ceived a message '""" Ranger Toni, 
,, porting another death • >' Big i reek 
but this Is theugh.1 to. refer to tha dis- 
aster already recorded; 

The liKlii'-fs at l'iiM Creek, Cor 
whom !'i-;i! b flrei e enti 1 tainedi re- 
ported there »eh 1 s sale to th< mper- 
visor, /and Rangi i Sot h patty, on 
ti„. noi 11, torh of , the Si Jo< river, 
have lorfi but " ie man. Nothing of- 
ficially has yet been received from 
Cleai watei or th< hi ad t thi Joe, 

where Mr. a ftlgie n'a • 1: " m < ll u n0 
becam iai ated from 1 tepul ■ H iper- 
. 1 ,; Ro icoe 11 ' ! -"-' s - 

Mi- \\ ,'U,!, 1 1 p irts two if ■■■■ ■•< es on 
creek, '« tributary 
the Si Joe, \ I 
on the north Cork, burnln - n to 

ward P hard 
: now en routi I i ■ " ' ■ ' ' ' P'°y* 

LESSENED YESTERDAY 

Of 1 I I 

• rying 

water .- 

■ nil ih! ■ M ' which 

ed tin' mounl 
lown toward 1 
official eattmat 
f tii 

red con- 

:■ damage. 

I 

Th 

line buili ail proo- 

$ !5t),000. 

Oregon Town Destroyed. 

1 — Tii.- town 

uiuK. includh 
booth Kelly . lum 

propertj 
I , >n Pa* f>.) 



FAVOR FERRY 



8)5-000 tofts, the American bottoms, on. 
< the higher rate allowed native vessels, 
' were awarded the contract tor carry- 

"TTMK'alMilTt -% of the allotment 




Co 



Ion 



NO QUARTER GIVEN 




Si 1 



■ Wilfrid Laurier and Hon,- 
George R, Graham Make 
Cursory Survey of Famous 
>1 raits \ .'.. . 



o 



. 1 Roosevelt Promises to Wage 
Fierce War On Republican 
"Old Guard." 



i'tica, N v Aug l'i. Tjheofiore 
Roosevelt today served notice thai he 
would wage war without' quarter on the 
"I n,i GKJard" of the Republican party In 
\.-v\ vnrk state. Having been drawn 
Into ii"' tight as he says against '"- 
,,, , hi lias determined fce pui sue to 
the end w In 61 loe< Mi Roosevelt's 

moi •■ cli a 1 1 ■. 

1- I ■; I 



111 ten 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



:ViothodistJG.e.nera! Conference . 
Elects- Dr, Chown Conjointly f 
With Dr, Carman as Chief 
Executive - 



Loss of Timber Estin 
Enormous Amount — 
Oregon Town Burned 



DISCUSS MATTER ON 

TRIP SOUTHBOUND 



and 



Another Threats . 



nun 
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"Eat an Apple a Day, 
Keep the Doctor Away" 



run 
can 



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for i;ilth. 



ail" 



in wnai ic 
quarters i< >r fine, fai I ruii : 

oi'd Grapes, 5-lb. baskt . . . . 

ra l-aiH-\ < ',ra VTOSteiri App^eSj p<r 5o>; 

-. Si.j; and 
bei ta Pi acl extra far 

Ne< tai kef 

Crab Apples, per lb. . . 
Pl um s . I'.art-lett Pear-. 



Ym should therefore eat all 

nrtyture use. This is hea<l- 







. . 8$e 

.Si. (.10 



Si. 15 

: -.5'- 

is-, W'aer Melons,' etc. — Everj 



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thing in Seasqi 

Extra Choice Preser\ing Peaches 

K<)\\ NT'S 1. 1. Mi' JUiqt CORDIAt 
Pure and delicious, per bottle -25 c ' 

DIXI H. ROSS A CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Go'crninent Street 
SO, 51, 52 - - - - Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



Tels. 






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SI'OKANK. AugUI 

thai t«8 p"< rsons, riearlj ill i"' "^ r t ,! 
perished In thfl Idaho 
igle, of tl 

after 1 many rcportu 

employee*, posted a! bulletin today In j 
e onnoum 

tth of 118 ;l1 "' :il: " 

-. 
iger Josi "ty- > 

'. four men who were surrounded by tor- 
fires on v night In the 
on the big fork of the C ouur cl -'AI 

another partj lo^K 
thirteen on nu. 

flghtei 

tathe St Joe '-ouniy. ' 

burni d Iragged th'-m- 

selves to Avery, Idaho, las) night a»d 
told of the death of ten 

The ' ,*»wh-«HHt- 

the Milwauki had gone out to 

i,t:ht irrounded 

by ll only two men 

Another death was' reported 
•,a. making the known I 
tor that state two. 

Few in Washington 

Thi- rang*** inia*>"K m Ow Thomp- 
soli Kails eowUi 

U 'ri M - ttumh ■ >" Ul ^' ;',""' ^ 

jhlngton was rf-rrrn-i-rt-Hr-fhri-i', :U1- 

ln ,. -.ill- valley, near N< 

dot! 

t rt. wife Of a ran, ' I 
q have 

burned to death In any - • «•' ■ 
U--W4U-. (a- poted thai gwriy all th« 
dead uor, Bt^fightew r), 

ccurred on Saturday all 
nodti tight, when great bodies 

imM trlving the check tr, 

in order to save »< various t«w 
were thfeatened.- The nanus 01 n, 
of tin- dead will nei 
rangers employed all the 
men tii- v ^ould i>r,-.«s Int., thi 

• 
- ih,- cam] 

iff the 

, of th< men. and the 

dead •- 

teppt'd on ih-'in. .thin; 

tfu ! 

bttterajti ' "''*' 

burned country is difneuft tog 

,use Qt fcilh-n tre<>«. f. ___ 

with the towneonH ->f dangei 
tthe settlers fled to plaoei 

• rangers were able to devote thi 

the saving of 
treee, and 'witli effect V 
nrf .v,. and wilt die f>r-raek 

of food. In rain and 

fr.n and even in Wafiftce the stnolo 
No oik- ventures to 



Think Operation of Ferry Pre- 
ferable as Yet to the" Build- 
ing of -Bridge— Minister to 

-Go Into Matter 



1 1 ed moi •■ 
... , ,,-, time before oy ; > statemi n\ 
whi. ii h It med today The ColcjieJ 
aald ii- ■■ ■• going to fight with hli eyes 

m 1 " in, full 1 ■ alias 'ol the 

1 .,, 1 thai 11 m 11 not be ; " i 

1 1 said thai ae rell that owing - ' 

ide of members ol the .organisa- 
tion he was al perf< i I Hbei ty to carry 
on uncomproiniaing war. 



CHURCH 



UNION 
COME 



TO 

UP TODAY 



Sir Wii: -rior and leorge 

p. <;r.ih*HV-miJalster of railways, took- 
^i-lrrto 1 -1 iai of railway BOn« 

Ion with Vianeouver island 



mills 




., inland while the steamer Prince 

the <:. T. r: was on her way 

4:1 Johnstone Straus as Bight be- 

gah to '.'all on Tuead fc 

•l'lav had BtOOd "ii the, brldj 

tin- itoer when she bucked aatrong 

ymour Narrows, where Kip- 
ide Rih k. was awash, on the way 
north, and as a result' Of their obW 
liflltf then did not regard with 

the idea of u bridge Tl • 

strongly convinced of the 
ability of a car ferry connecting a 
railroad, line from Victoria to Salmon 

river with the Port rjeorfe-Vsncottver 

branch of the Grand. Trunk Pacitlc 

road by a branch from Blenk.insoi 

or Port Neville, across- Johnstone 

lt - - i,, 

The premier and minister of rail- 
were surrounded by a numU I 
,rn which accompanied them t,> 
Prince Rupert when Mr. .Mann and 
ted the points on eltnes 
t,,.!,- pf Che narrow waterwa, 

,uver. Island frCm the main- 
land. , , ' • 
■There's nothing to it," said Hon. 
raham. ' „ .. 
islble, ian"! It?" asked- one of the 
bystanders, 

"Perfectlv," said the minister of rail- 

•*i«t fact, there's nothing to It. 

With a Couple of lights to mark the 

way, fc'ii'H'ng lights at either end, B 

ytc, second vl< r terry service could be operated at 

between the Island and 
look 



ROBBED IN VANCOUVER 

Eastern Man Says He Lost Jewelry 

and Cash While Staying in 

Hotel There 

RT WIU.1A.M, out., A 
a. McN, Shaw, superintendent of 
agencies In Canada for the Imperial 
impany, arrived with 

this morning. He tells ot 
on the night of July 26th 
:,out one thousand dollars in 
monev and lewelry, in a hotel in Van- 
couver. I'ntil now he kept the rob- 
1 bery secrei at the reqeest of the Van- 
ills room 
midnight and two watcin-s, dia- 
mond rings and cash were stolen. 
, clue, Mr, McN. Shaw 
is thoroughly reliable. 



Committee Unanimously Adopt 
Method of Procedure Which 
it Recommends to Govern- 
ing Body — 




Mr, F, Wi Peters of Canadian 
Pacific, Says Yield Will be 
Large and Quality Good — 
Market facilities 



y V s, -"Th^ (>ka- 

1 fruit cfty 18 excellent this 
Vi Pe^era, assistant to 

Win 

the r. iv K. today. "It is muvh better all times 

than 



aTPT" 



-hr- good 



' wg- trrr' 

We na\e special 

which will be 



to handle It 
i tor f l 
carried adross the lake 'iaU 

and arrival. of the fruit In gO 
condition at polnl • tt»*ry 

siircd." 

' 
ily th< 
ftl to tin .and 

me ditticuity. 
which fruit farmer-- 1> 
,nd that was a 01 labor, 

Ing could i the « rop 

tig- entirely '«'"''" 

■ nit of view. 
.,, t he I-' m "' on the new 

-,,li from Port Steeje to Qolden. 
,1 that the work was 
well edvanced, that the contracts for 
' affl m iles out from Kor't Steele 

mmenc- 

gradlng on thi . 

wen) on t .< '01 the 

win and said: ••The peseta! 

of the l llw have 

,, proved to be unfoundi 

the crop will noi be a full one 
will have a . .1 00,000(000 bushel 
crop: This Is a tailing off' of s- 



into 



The Methodist Confers 'ed its 

officials for the ensuing qu ini 

at yesterday's sessions. The Rev. ur. 

arman ami Bev. Dr. S. D. Chown, 

i Toronto, were chosen for the po 
tions of General Buperintendehta, : 

form,'!- to till the position for a term Of 
-ars and the latter for four. Op 
the first ballot lor an eight year term 
. Dr. Carman I I 173 VOti 

.,i,i Dr. s. P. Rose, of 
Toronto. IB. Dr. Carman was accord'. 
Ingly eleetvd. The ballot for the tour 
vear term office ri'Slllted in Dr. C'Jiown 
eiving 217 votes, and he was ac- 
| ingly elected.. 
Other officials were elected as fol- 
llows: Secretary of Home . Missions,, 
i Rev. James Allen, of Toronto; S-.re- 
ign Missions, Rev. 1. H. IS, 
Shore, of Toronto; Secretary Of V-<h\- 
i cation. Hev. J. W. Graham, D.D., of 
Toronto; Secretary of Temperance, 
Prohibition and Moral Reform, Rev. T\ 
A. Moore. D.P., of Toronto; Book 
Steward for central section, Rev. Dr. 
W ilriggs*. Tor<mto; B<- ard for 

t«rn section, Mr. K. W. ...V|.,slier, - 
Nova Scotia; ' BJditor of Christian. 
Cuardian, Rev. W. I J- Creighton, D.D., 

Enthusiastic Over Develop- -^ Toronto: ^dit- «£?™sgg£y 

■ ■ KUitor of Sunday periodicals. Rev. A. 

c , :■ .p., of Toronto.; Secretary 

,„f Sunday Schools and ESpworth 

| Kea tev. T. S. Bartlett. of Tor. 

•id lion. Lay Treasurer of the 



Arrival at Vancouver Yester- 
day on Return Journey- 
Entl . 
ment Observed, in Nortfi 



ask- 



but 

is ' not fully known. ;a: i 8 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C 

Positively No Credit. 



J 



IRITS 



vs. 



WATER 



One of the oldest inhabitants of Victoria has been read- 
ing a series of articles' ,f liquors and 

■i' ' 

has arrived at a somewhat singular ui n ,-l.usionr The 



. ■ centuries old lias a va!ii< 
yonil that Of Ihe lumber m«. 

the natural forests have loSI m 
of the Hi.- ' '• 

Although * nil the 

governne-nt ftre-flghters, hav '. 
■poken of as i ■ ' few of. 

theni are regularly in the forest ««- 

great number hs sent 

to Ihe fti 
In' Spokane, who. advei 

in the usual way up icy bul-' 

letin bO '>-five cents 

an houi'. free boai >ed. Many of 

llroad 
labor* I miners, used to roughing 

it but 

es'trv or technical skill In escaping 

ted by tire. - 

Supervisor's Report. 
WADDACK. bl;,',-,„ Aug. tft. 
latest, official report d by Fdr- 

• '■ ' ■•■ 
st of known ,1,-ad In his terri- 



analysis of these liquors showed an av.erag* . ,-f abotil Siki^w 
five parts of water to thirty- five 
giv ; e the spirits a fair chancV," a 

ling Avitli water till ii depop 
try. a 'Johnnie Walker'." an, 



ini 



in we 



' They . dpn't 
be; "ihcy'll keep, Oil 
- the earth again. 1.ot. - s 
at tin ■ hotelc 



of excellent qm 
,, frost and nist. This 
upied with ' the shortage 

United States, will • ■ seel- 

prlces and the farmer will be 

am id v compensated for the small 

crop will be heavier 

the wheat, and is also of good 

qualil . , 



— — 



The 

day by 

i 12 



great detriand foi 

flu all occasions when godi 



nav. 



Kilmarnocls I'.xtra > 



i rrv -note 
of laying ii 



bar 



Walker's Kilmarnock increases 

get to- 

'■»■■ iMMinli - 

pecial in the bottle, that 

end, is considered ■ t beverage. 

Inb ami cafe'now rj tl the i'mporl 



-WEWS "SUM MARY 



I'll go, 

' ' 

rows, lias Xow Two Btlp 

rritendents. . Manj 

,.; i-'in- D'i afl. 

I ■juili.-t- Interest-: Max'-- - 

Mergi -i 

Problems ol 

Thieves . I ).|l''l'at.e ill 

tilmalt. Chief Plre V\ r ar- 
d. n Renders Rfepon 
dltorlal 



Proposed Imperial Senate. 
LONDON, Aug. upportlng 

vitiiths advi if an ii.n- 

„ ft te ' i! - Oaily Mail points 

,,,,, ,),.,, ,,,, I,,.,,., ol Lords is in the 

nine there 
tger thai amid th« duet of par- 
inky miss the 
broad imperial road ^hereunto 

ti , iv , .'ds which - 

Invincibly movli 



PREMIER M'BRIOE 

N his \m 



mainliu.d, and 1 intend to 
this matter fully." 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier intimated that 
,t vras too, early to talk of a bridge 
Beymour N r arrowa 

"We had better wait until we get 
one bridge built, hadn't we?" he sa»d. 
■•The Quebec bridge Is yet to be com- 
tdet.-d, you know." 

Wouldn't a ferry do you h« 
,.,l th»- premier. ' '• 

•\ tar-ferry across this place would 
b« as easy as that at Kalama on the 
imbia' or. the Sarnla ferry,' sug- 
gested Mr. Mann. 

"Of course." said Hon. Mr. Graham. 

ml'nlst- Hs ( '" 1 "'' 

11, to the opposite shore! 
branch down (o somewhere over there 
.;.he indicated Blenklnsop Hay with 
a wave of hts , hsnd^" from the 
George branch and a line on Vanfcou- 
i :lll ,l from Victoria north, to 
." -indicating Salmon river. 
Salmon river tlows into Johnstone 
Strait not far north, of Seymour Nar- 
>uth of the (iver appear- 
ing like a large bay, drying out at low 
to between the entrance points, 
df the bank dropping sudden- 
ly to ,bep water. There Is a «'•«".«- 
.sized Indian village on the ■ left bank 
i nVar the mouth. The steamer Queen 
CtTy and others on the "logging camp 
route'' make regular calls there. The 
,. t„ Blenklnsop Bay is - about 
,- six mihs: and a fast steam car- 
ferry cmld give a twenty minute trip 
,,,„„ apron to apron. Blenkineop Bay- 
is regarded as s very good MWhoi 
it is well sheltered: The bay extends 
or a mile and a half deep in a north - 
erly direction and is half a mUe at its 
entrance, betnefBeorge point and Tuna 

'"p'.'rt Nevllie. another point suggested 
is three miles further north than Bll n- 
klnsop Bay on the mainland side. It 
1„ B northeasterly direction for 
seven ,.nileH. varying from a quarter to 
., mile In breadth. 



VANCitCYKIt. Aug. : ( 4.— Sir Wil- 
frid Laurier and party reached \ !in- 
,ouver this morning on board the 
steamer Prince George . and_proc«ieded 
to x,v. Westminster in the afternoon, 
intending to Journey through the 
i 'row's Nest pass and thence eastward 
back' to Ottawa- The premier, minis-, 
tcr of railways and members of his 
were greatly in with 

northern British .Columbia, and Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier stated that he had 
Ottawa an optimist and was re- 
turning an enthusiast.' Sir Wlltnd 
Laurier enjoyed his trip p.n the C T. 
P, steamer greatly and returned from 
trie north much rested. 

The scene on the wharf at Princ.) 
Rupert when the steamer saile i vim 
an interesting One. The G. T. P, wharf 
was crowded from end to. end, and 
while the Premier and, his party 
tttood on the bridge of the Prince j 
George the great crowd cheered. 
Shortly before the vessel, left an 
aian. girl presented a bouquet, to 
premier, -who bent down and 
the- cnild. ! 

The voyage .south w as un even on,-. 
good Weather being experienced 



Mtaslonary Sooiety, Mr. H. H. '•" 

!,r ••arman, in a touching addl'-ss. 
aclMiowledged his re-eteOtiOn. He 
realized his advanced years and was 
overwhelmed with amazement at the 
expression of confidence .shown by the 
conference. He would go on earnestly 
in his work, over Whatever period he 



Me accepted in (he 

the decision of the 



the 




U. i NAVY CM 

ON FOREIGN SHIPS 



Salvage of Cruiser Bedford 
TOKIO, Aug. 24.— Salvage work 
l.ritish armored cruiser 
which was wrecked wilh a loss of 18 
men on the Samarand rocks, off QUel- 
part. island nil Sunday while running 
at full speed through a dense fog^was 
begun today. 



FIR 









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s 
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d pel 



►ck nt 



1M! 



• verv 



1 1 , 1 1 ii 

dditii 



Expects to Reach Fort George 
Today and to Return to Vic- 
toria by Next Wednesday— 
To Hold Public Meetings , 



The; 
row 
day, 






;,',, II. 

[ rived 

ne, h 
will reach I 

in a will rel 

1 



Three Steamers Carry Supply 
for Bremerton and None of 
Them American— Get Share 
of New Contracts 



G.T.R. 



Disaster Reported From Mich i- 



might be spared. 

light of Heaven 

confer- ie , , 

Dr. Chown. in expressing his thanks 
to the conference, ' said that during the 
thlrty-sl in which he had been 

fulfilling the functions of his ministry 
he had received many kindnesses. In 
the great honor now conferred on him 
he had been torn from (he Child of his 
heart, the Work ' of temperance, pro- 
hibition and moral reform. He prom- 
ise,] to do his utmost fof the upbuild- 
ing of the church in Canada. 

The election of Dr. A. T. Moore 
l the secretary of Temperance. Prohibi- 
tion and Moral Reform leaves the posi- 
tion of secretary of the Lords' Day Al- 
liance movement vacant. All the Of- 
ficials mad.- brief speeches of grati- 
tude on their election. 

It was creeled by < the conference 

fTnif llsh I t h~- . 

tendenjs should reside west of the 
Orfcal Likes, but the location has not 
en determined- 
Church Union 
The committee on Church Union 1 
pies, nl ed a : series of ducumerits to the 
conference on which, with remarkable 
unanimity, the committee has agreed 
as a basis' of union to be submitted to 
the churches represented in the com- 
munity. The conference' Is asked to 
express Its approval of these as a ba 
upon which .Methodist, Pn-sby terian 
and .congregational churches m 
unite, it is suggested that these dOCU*. 
1,,,-nts be senl to the district meetings 
;,,id annual conference of next year, 
| their decisions and votes thereon to l" s 
■ I reported to a general conference spec- 
I |al committee immediately after the 
"ii . ,-oii.- ..r 1911. The suggestion is 

Bedior',1. nia ,le thai if the movement Is suffic- 
iently forwarded by the end of next 
vear. ., ftpeCial meeting of the Ceneral 

Conference should he summoned to d. ■'- 
cide- the question of consuinmating tin- 
proposed uniori. , , 

— Prior t<+ the election for. I 
Krrrrertnlendcncv t'n- committee Whicjlf 
had the recommendations ting 

an increase in the office In charge pre- 
sejited a further report. This reconi- 
mended that one General Superinten- 
dent shpuld reside west of the ,:■ 
Lakes. This was ,. by a num- 

of the ■ a who pointed oul 

thkt shW' "'a^i?TsiTriTOtion of the ofl 
would not give th a-'-Opport Wtfty tW 
consultation between the two high of- 
tlca holders that v '■ dL I hi a 

vote being taken the conference fav- 



ughout- On arrival atVa ~6uver j a - ^ t wo"«ene« 

the steamer was taken into l'.ngu.sii i 
bay to allow the visitors to have a 
glimpse of False creek, and on going 
into the harbor the Vessel was Ii 
ed up close to Second Narrows while 
Reeve McNaUghl, Of North Vancou- 
ver and, others from the Terminal city, 
Who had accompanied the party ex- 
plained to the Premier the project for 
H bridge across that waterway. Laud- 
ing at Vancouver the Premtei 
Minister of Railways wei'e taken to 
tin- Hotel Vancouver by Robert Kelly 
In his motor and a. luncheon was len- 
to the party and accompanying 
newspaper crti r,i ipondents . b> 
K, ii\ The party .left for New 
minster m the afternoon 
welcomed by the Royal -city. 



West- 

and was 




renal 



son, B.C; 



iniarnock, 



lir.lt 



'it li tT an' 



Victor 



am 



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i 
Fori 



I 

Here .this 

Sod 

irge torn 

on Sal 
on ■ 

i louse 

\hIii roft on 
W, .he ■ 



lb 



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20- 



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powers.. 



and 






Reported .to be Rear-end 
Collision 



S|-;\TTLI-:, Aug '.'» Apio-oNimalch 
ii shipping, is on Its wa> 

around the Horn from Newport N< we 

. ottl for the navy yard at Brem - 

,.,-ton and of the three steamers 

bringing the cargo not on,- - 

\,, M . n , -an bottom, Th" 1 V.jornst Jem 

and Christian Bora are Norwegian. 
iKiitniiis and the Uganda 1s a British 

The liiormojerne Is I Nor- 

teamer' afl ia.1 and has not 

lied Th" Bors Is 20 days out 

.,,,,1 • ed from Newport 

been ' unable 

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coal- ■ tdl I ' ' ■ ' 

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DETROIT, Mi-'h., Aug. 21. Grand 
Trunk train No. 14, en m 
Chicago to Montreal. Is reported to 
recked near Durand, Mich. .< m,- 
nullman la skid to have jumped tin- 
track and the wreck is burning. 

i-'itie.-n , ported kill- 

ed and many injure,!, Tlie Moi t» I 
struck the oar of Lain Nl 

In the 
rear sleeper of No. U which Is re- 
I- from the 
partlj 

have be n 
are kn 

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ored the recommendation. 
n rtrt | A feature of the elections was the, 

gall beCIIOn 01 hO ail- — OaUSS , ;irK( . majorities by which the tflfferenl 

' Officials were elected, an indication ol* 
Ihe unanimity of the mind ,of the 
church. .' ' — - 

Ai th," morning sesslo- id der- 

ation of the, report of the Conference 
Boundaries Committee was continued.' 
Tin- recommendation to 

ulnie conference Into the Toronto 
confi and to divi-. mto Into 

iwo parts b : i Toronto 

iposltlon. The 
erend b W'lriiam 

r and Sterling spoke 

usi the tio-. 

- :, ■ pal t,, the' Inti rests of 

the work In To- • Unity 

tl,,. great thing needed there The 
,|iiest ion \\ as referred the 

. mil tie. 

Superannuation Proposals 

r of changes in' • Dfsi ip- 
li,,,, , by HTfTS tnua- 

i-'iiiid Cuminl-M p !| - ■ ■ 

auc.. -.Que Ki '"it that 

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Thursday, August 25, 1910 



Ironing a Pleasure 

When You Use an 

Electric Flat Iron 



UMBER INTERESTS . 
HAVE BEEN MERGED 



Mr. J. K. Hallt 
yearn Pxpcricnoi 
try hertc 



who 
In the 



had JUtiirty 
lumber Indus- 



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SUPERINTENDENTS 

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\\h\ spend several ^oufs every ironing day i" a hot, <hs- 
fr.eeable. kitchen, when by spending $5 in one o| oui llui- 
ioini Electric trons you will be, enabled to do your work tu 
tal£ the time. 



We 



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(IK send one to any oi our consumer^ 



Free for Ten Day's Trial 

B.C. Electric Railway Co.,LdL 

Corner Langley and Fort Streets 



New Company Willi Capita 
zation of Five Million Dollais KSfi^*..« ,,. 
Formed to Take Over Widely 
Scattered Interests — - 



A vote . of congratulation to the 
Lord's Day Alliance for the sucro.-c- 
which the, movement haa-achieved, was 
passed unanimously. 

Bids F«row«ll 

During the afternoon proceedings th< 

Rev, w. a. Bracken, the dejegate from 

the Irish Wesleyan Conference, bade 

his farewell tu the conference,. His ad- 

frees was a glowing eulogy on Melho- 

no w i d0w ,,,- ■ H minister should heldism as he had seen it exemplified [.fin 
.'a,,,!.,, less hat, W 36 p«r annum and the Dominica ... ^phorical . fa- 
thai no Ih.iii should be placed on the ager; he compared Vanoouvei taland 
of yeara during which n rtiln- ,,, the (ale of lona. where twelve min- 



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a deal whereby a l*rg< merger 
ttmber Interests was formed, with 
j total capitalisation of JB.OOO.OfK), 
| v ol> ing tour of the largest and beat 
known mills operating lu dlfferenl 
part* oi the proi lw a (ogetber with 
some 136 square miles of the choicest 
i hhIm-i ..ii i in cbnt iiii-iii « .is completed 

i the new nii'- 
.iiM.ii. in Pacific 
tin- head office 



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Wholesale Agents for B.C. 
VICTORIA VANCOUVER NELSON 



The BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

Thev Pit Very 



Trv ot*r toaefci and You Will Like Them. 
Nicety and Wear Capitally 
St. 00 81.50 $2.25 



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We have had placed with to' tor sale 
about niiv acre of. LutI in j&tties Bay, c] 
.{<* . tlic'pHrliaincni Buildings, a*itd Kve min- 
utes' walk from the General /P< < >• Thi 

■an admirable Apartment I louse Site. A' 
i/ed l)iiildii: .rerteil. and 

sufficient ground space would be left lor 
tennis court, gardens^ ^fi-'ftftgti stables, etc, 
( Iwitig to Circumstances, the owner ol" this 
propert) must sell, and is willing to accept 
less than the property cost him. 



Price $6000 



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\_ a pi uiatn.n - -think what one acre of 
land five minute$' walk from the P. O. will 
be worth in one or two years' time. 



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Phone 645 619 Trounce Avenue 

Opeiv Evenings 8 to 9 o'clock 



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last night' '''''' n '" 11 ' 
ii..r;ii ion p ill be tin." 
Lumber companj ah 
of the concern w 111 be Bfl 
couvej. 

The miiis included In the 1 
t ..,, are i he ! ' ; 'u idi;m Paclfl< 

^ ompanj of POr1 M ^ . th< 

A merlcan Lumbe n pa n, 

,■ m , ei . the Barkh 1 Bound 1 '■ 
:,., tij ,.r i',,: 1 Albernl and the < Hbbona 
Lumber Mills oroi Lting on I t< AxrbW 
lakes The total d illy capai U \ to* 
the new combine w 
100,000 fei l for .1 working dw " f 

The deal baa been under \ v .>. v for the 
last three months, but It waa only I 1 
,t upon the arrival of Mi*. Tb • 
Meredith froin Vancouver that every- 
thing wa mged. The n 
ama at .' n " f ' 
holdlnga of the four merged ■■• 
Including the logging camps, the fleeu 

h and door 
■ 1 ■ ries, drylnf lulus, the planing 
mils and all Df the assets of the four 
companies, whieh will In the future be 
known as the property ol ih. Canadian 
Pacific inipany. 

New Mills at Alberni 
N.o new addition" Wttl h'' m.i : 

the properties on the mainland in the 
1 immediate future, but tin — eomp 
win build t large export mill at 
\ on tiio property which it 

there on the c ompl etion of the exten- 
jsion of th.- i:. £ .\. railway fi-m n"<- 
jnainio to Alinrni. The new mill to be 



maytrraw am. At presehi he can 
draw aid only tor a number of years 

equal to the time be has in In active 

work iip to 23 yeara -bul it he naa 

been In active W&rk more than t nit 

I'vviod he could draw aid for Hie. ' "' 
annuity regylaflons now are that the 
rate of $10 shall prevail tor every .year 
.1 minister has been, In aatlve won^. 

Recommendation^ rhade bj the p\k 

perannuatlon C01 Ittee for the witn- 

drawal 61 connexlonal ftinda from tne 
assessmenl "roll were adopted 

i,, ,,,,. course tit the aftea-noon ■ a 
delegation from the Lords Day AiU- 
ance movement, cotisteting of the Rignt 
i;, . im Perrln, the Lord, Bishop of 

1 lolumbla, and the lie v. \^r. '1 . Alhei t 




dred yeara ago a band of Irish mis 
sioharlea had asaemblfld for the pur- 
pose oi' converting the Inhabitants of 
Scotland and England^ Now, pn this 
beautiful isle ol the Pacific, a band ol 
missionaries had assembled and from 
theii organisation emissaries would be 
sent to the heathen races ol the 1 irlenl 

1 if the deliberations oi the confe 

ho waa hardly qualified to speak. 
They were so dlfferenl to the mi thod 
of procedure a1 hia ov n conferenci 

M,. could not v •Irani, howi-vt r., Iroin i 

. ommentlp'g ••.'..• the wonderful actl\ il 
: 1 iid .tip- almost maryejlpua pow i 1 a ol 
1 he Genera] Superintendent, and hi re- 
(oic'ed In the loyaltj to tne faith « blfch 
u as • the outstanding teal urt pi I hi 
conferent-e. < lanada bad be< h to him 
a parable In its mai • 1 lloua enow 
capped mountains, t he yreal ; be had> 
,.. ,-r seen, be fiad I 

a realization of how lear mat • ■" 

11, a-, in And the same might pe said 
01 its exquisite lakes and n agnllli 

11,,,, t>] thi ' across the ' ■'. 
ma nt in- b id ti It d thro - 
■ ;,.,i . :: ■ ■ until in- bad r< ehed ~-i¥* 
, row nlng polnl of nia j ' ' i( 

beautiful ' H i "' x ' '"' ' 

sage \\ hch ii- would take hack to hia 
i unch waa one full of meaning, and 

COulB only be realized wlH'li tb 

,, ..,, |a in. n With evi iits and pi i 
was dh I pa ted h ■■ i ' lye of 

distant • . for he betteved that thi 

npreasiona made upon him during 
1',, pasl ten days would not make their 
full Imprint until he had reached his 
i aii..'. land. 

An : ng Sidelight at the moin- 

ng s Urn waa the presentati 

two beautiful bouqui ' 

. ixman ''and Dr. S. I ). I if"' 
their election as Qeneral Superinten- 
dents. The presentation was made by 
Miss Gladys iioiiing, a daughter 

T B. I lolling, tin pastor of the 
1. . ipolltan Bdethodlst > Jhurcb. 



M 

Wants 

His 

Money 



I',, bring him thi ! " pos*. 
slble returns' In . his v earing 
apparel should rely consider, 
upon 1 be J idgmi nt of 
his 1 lo.thter. i'lu T%\ entieth 
Century Brand, wfe . ■ 
i/.<>, stand fbi th< ■ ■ < ■ liish-. 

m' attire that money 

,., ill 11. r, in Canada, ami is. 
worn by hundred 
West dressers' In Victoria. 
The new ' >i - Ignmi nia of 



Autumn Suits! 

Just to Hand 



■ nt unpr.-, ■•• Ii atod 

\\ ,■ « [ah p. e'mj 
)zr the tad that In 

quality, fit, "■••uitiiii aim ■ 

vice they win camp fi • 

the highesl class .,■ • 

suits, (ndeed, tin ■ i 
he ^custom-made" if } 

ij.ired rn 

order it you wisto. \v 

however, think \'"ii will m 
ii suit tailored to m 
you will call and tr 
the conceptions -a 



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erected there "ill be one of the let 
no the islam! ami thoroughly up-to- 
•; date and «rl1 be aWe to handle a large 

tmt or the Oriental and Pacific 

1 trad.- besides shipping dlrecj to the 
[northwest and eastern. 'Canada, The 

sent mill at -Alberni \vilt be then 
1 turned into a shingle mill . 

he trade of the amalgamate! ,,.m- 
htetly in 'the mrrt!i 
,nd by the lour 

UtS have hc-ii <> 

t .ii.iin- 

■ n.s.'A K1-. t share of tne export t 

Pacific Ocean points and 
. .yen as l a r. as the Old t'oulttry. 

'. -ii in Vim. ouver and- 
in the other centres where, the c>m- 
pany have their mills is;. well 

,f the mills are In 
ry way conducive to the supplying 
of the eastern factory trade. 
Standing Timber 
The standing timber which is taken 
the new Canadian -Pacific 
ail any is aih that which has 
„ held b our minor concern*. 

all there are 1*6 squan 

,-iis t ■ ■ : '.'. - . 

half billion f> ' '> of 

various hh«*a4< a&vt»»-a*--<'olh'\vs: 
square miles on The Owekand lata 
square mites on the Alb. -nil .^uuil^i 
square miles on Howe. Sotiiul, • John- 
stone Stral.ts and Rainy river, and. 45 
square miles on the Arrow lake*. The 
i- owned by the- corporation In- 
i some i.i tin' finest to be found 
anywhere on the ' continent, and the 
situation of it all affords nothing but 
a tlrst clas* logging propoeltton. A 
large pen entage of it is Mr, and there 
pine and northern 
spruce. 

, Board of. Directors 

| The company will be controlled by,'* 

board of directors, all' well Known 
u~e steTn meTrtvhrrna v ■ 
l-wlth the timber industry -for Lhe 

fifteen or. twenty years. Mr. M. Carttn, 

Victoria, Us I d"-nt. Mr. I'.trlin 

been manager of the Columbia 

, Cohh-i 

,-.. and nt 'if the Bark-ley sound 

lar i ompany. 



Moore, the seer, tare of the n. 

waited oh the conference. Bishpp 

Perrin delivered the mi r the 

Lords' Day Alliance, lie said he was 
sure there ..was imt a single member 
of the conference who was not in favor 

of tin- movement: The eleotl 

Moore t<> a new Office had taken from 
the ranks of the Lords' Hay Alliance 

.f. its most stalwart members. In 
• est the movement " all the 

encouragement and support possible. 
\n ides seemed tfl prevail tnat the 
west should be treated In a difltei 
manner to the rest of the Dominion. 
He deprecated thi* , Idea, stating he did 
not believe that anything In the sraj 
of dlscrlnilnai Mwelltns 

,„, [hi ■ ' Sunday observance 

he drew attention to- the poHoy ol th< 

h Columbia government in not 
putting, the act into force He pointed 
out the demoralising effects of game* 

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Blected general superintendent] 
i church, no« 
I ,j r.,l office. 



The tir'st vtoe-pre*ld At. Robert 

I \\ Gibson, ol Victoria. He is the pri 

.h-rit of the Angi.i-Ameri.aii . Lumber 

company ^'i Vancouver; vlee-presidenl 

Of tin- Harkley Sound Lumber .-..mpany 

nid president' of the Hibson 

apany of Winnipeg. He, is 

the president of the Beaver Lum- 

whidi , opei me 

is throughout the north- 
west provinces. Besides 'his timber in- 
terests he has. other large investments 
in the provn * ' 

Mr 3. I>. M. Arthur, who hold 

contract' lor the coostructlo+i work on 

linn of the Grand Trunk 1' 
of Winnipeg, and who h 
• - in Winnipeg .imi In this 

|] 1„- the s.-c .nd vice-pr. 
Mr. Th. I iith. of N"-w AVest- 

wll manage- the iconcerp. Th 
better know n men In .the tlm? 

industry in British I 'olumbia I 

Mr. Meredith, il.- has been eo'nnei I 
with thi- Industrj for the last Ewi 

. g in many' dlfferenl I les and 

under bis mahag*ft»,ent the sic 

the corporation . is Insui 

present time he is man. I he Chn- 

,, fa. -in, Liimbei mpany of \ 

■ r of the i . 
bona Lumber', company of the Arrow 
i ti id lakes, secretary of th< 1 1 - dsop* 
. oirtpnn l».w A 

i president of no- -vsrt\ '■ wing 

♦ . ,,r Vorui.in.. sask., 

sident of the lOrklcy Soqnd 

,,,.1 vice- president 

♦ .<p,- American Lam' ' CO 

I \ uncoil \ er. 

♦ Chi ..mis of director 



played on Buridaya, and sahl that If the 
a.t . was "! me direction it 

must he enforced In" all. • 

Result of Act 
Dr. Moore,' on being called on to 
sp.ak said that the .movement, while 
it bad achieved .much, was still pres- 
sing forward to better things. Through 
th,. Act having i. i n_Xoxce_mor.e 

than 1X2,000 employees throiignout the 
Dominion bad been lib. rated from 
Sunday '"Il ' A splendid feature of the 
* ..rkings ■>( tie- a.-t, «as that il was 
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WILLIAM BBIGGS, D.D. 

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The coinludng afidri 8W I "f th 

, ites visiting thi 
Conference were delivered last t 

I llshop Honda was Introdu-" 
Uev t. B. k. Show, as representing 
the United MstbodUt Church ol Japan, 
holds, many prombv Itions. 

, has the uniii-ue. distia. -non nf being 
the 'live Bishop of Asia. The 

a .|. said that Japan waa only o 
third the size of British Columbia, yet 
a population of - v - : millions. They. 
to, reuse Txi- birth., not immigration. 

There are t*o million childrea IB Japan 

. only on,- in ii hundred undi r 
Christian influence; Wlm will go and 

shepherd the ninety-nine? . . 

There are 19 uiilvorslties and colleges 
in Japan and T.BM.000 ol their youth 
are in schools. The Japanese arc a 
deeply religions peppla The 
number of Buddhist and shin.ta tem- 
jil.-s testify to that. Am«mg the mqsl 
helpful agencies for enlightenment hu 
named the Woman* Missionary Socl- 

- ash ■■]. paid a warm tribute 
tp' the late Or. Sutherlan.l. to whom 
they owed so much in Japan. lie 
-.1 his Interesting address by giv- 
ing a brief account of their first tnt*<- 
i prise, which, was In Korea. 
would be glad to have help for their 
work. 

l»r. Di'i Boss, of Nashville, Tenn.. waa 
then introduced by Rev. Dr. Toung, 
who represented the Methodist Church 
or Canada at their conference in A+*jr- 
last. 

Dr.. Do Lose, is an ' exceptionally 
Strong platform man. lie was at .Ills 
best I ing- The hour" waa late 

when lu- .start.-,! and many people kepi 
g during his address. Methodism, 
he said, had found a means' of expres- 
sion In . the Lngligh language and 
the Lngllsh heart and consciousness 
vild make any nation greater nnU 
It was adapted to every nation. Metho- 
dism Is the theology of a race, not of a 
school. It Is Inseparable from Eng- 
lish history.,' Like the irishman who; 

d he would be ashamed >f hmisctt 
If hfi hadn't been born an .Irishman 
a<t he felt, he would I imed -of 

himself if )ic were not n Method 
To. Doctor f" n.i nd i.na n.\ "p aims of like- 
etween their people' and Cana- 
dian- The Impress of the. Old Land 
upon th« speech and Institute 
both bis section . and ours. The 
church be represented was the second 

largest Alethodlst body in the worla. 
and he thought it embodied the spirit 
Itnd tradition of original Methodism 
better than any other. They had two 
million communicants. But he did' not 
to speak of numbers. Figures 
that He in statistics may not represent 
what they appear to. The ey%»ol their 
on the future. He was 
tlv- interested la Northwest Can- 
ada' -..'.. 
The 1 'i -t part of his address WJ 

eloquent treatment of the mi»sian_al 

\b i Ms,,,., whlcli he said was 

the defence and perpetuity of their 
doctrine, the maintenance >■' their edu- 
onal Ideals and the relating of 
Christianity to nd moral pi 

I'-ms. ■ ■ . . 

A vote of thanks r bred Dr. 

*iini Bos* "ii motion of Judge Chealey 
» ,.i Rev. J. \y. Sparling, i>.i>. 
» ■ The appreciaii m ol I ; ' ' ■ ral ' Son* 

♦ i en, ■.. for the splendid work dot 

♦ ; the chqlr during theii ' fell o 

♦ bn motion. It was , arried unanimous- 
. and heartily. Bev» Dr. Chown,, the 

♦ I, lirmaii, tendered the thanks to the 

-*■ ■'< i-hoir ami comm ended tla-m -fw nui.sie 

♦ i that was. devoted and thai reached the 
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Cake Icing, it was not Cowans 



Even a child can ice a 
cake perfectly, in three 
minutes, with Cowan's 
Icing. Bight delicious 
flavors. Soldeyerywhere. 

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busfnesa for I hi 

veil know 

field 

a , VfcAfei fill " thi mnnai 

the Yancon' n.l H looked upon 

thi i ''" 

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. 1 1 i .i rrtron 

, hi "■ i ; ; " ■ agei in thai di I 

v , Mi„. V iii lb.- presertl mllla tnd the 

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rable amount of work on Snli- 

agc of the u I 
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trains being operated on ''■ 

htt th ri - iPtnf Of' the 

,; | ri marked 

and Vam ou' i r on Suntl BBO <>■"' 

cohti ■ ti 6 v Ith the resti 

,1 n pre liled In the east. Bui 

had 
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thai the w.ui- ol the 
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strides •" e t! t T!lP u ' 

thi Ultanee had stretched bi mi 
t-anada U had reaiched trie fukor 
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The attention or property-bm ' 

.ted to urn i.iTiin' the Ideal 

I'avem.-nt. . Non slippery. dUStles*, 

noiseless, Banltarj ami waterproof,' 

Kouii'een million yards u 

Literature- fro ' Construction 

Compar , r? Box 1066. • , v fi 

A I • ble P'.'iiit in favor of the 

"prodtiCt» Of the Alaskan Oil Fields, 

wh^r"- the flowing wells of the 

gama.teii ij 111 Companj are 

situated,, la its. extremel.^ high 

nen ia compared with, thai 

.i ipnsof t he America h 

ontlnenl B"oi tal nee, In t lu- i- 

dustlon of gasoline 'front the cjrndeoU 

ments ha ve shown do 

lea ■ i"-r cent, from the Alaska 

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teoocnroeudnd by the modioli p.-o(wi«oo t* 

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FINK CORNER, JAMES BAY, (>o x i j 
' hltu-k ifoiii the C. l\ R. wharf. Fi* 

liouAc >i^o. Price . .-. • • ■ 

DOUGLAS STREET, dose t6 busines 
<f pc , inn - 120 deep- [nvestiga 

price ■ • .....-• 

OLtVE- STREET— Two/ Lpts. $6 



ncatitnii cheap ^550 e^c 



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$8, 100 

wil liiu one 

apartmt ■ 
$10,000 

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Thursday, Augu»t 25, 1911 



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Fashion raft Suits 

pT~- Fa ALL 

Show in a marked d$dp t'iiu- points of the tailors 
art, while the styles airs arc very attractive. It 
will be a pleasure fojtQ-Js&OW ypu the latest 
arrivals. • , 

PRICES $Vto $35.00. 

T. B. CUTHBEDN & CO., Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Dir 5,1114 Government Street 



1 SOME PROBLEMS 
OF 




Mr, J. A, 'M, Atkins, K, C, 
of Winnipeg, Heard on 
Subject by Local Cana- 
dian Club 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



„„-,. It la the duty <* the Canadian 
bcro to ftterest the alien immigrant n 
,„„ empire, to turn, hi* sympathy to 

1 He^eferred In expressive terms to 
what Great Britain has done Cot he* 

in making Brtttiffi cTtranaWp safe 

thioiighoot the world. • 

He deprecated the talk Qf Canada 
lln Independent natiori, with its own 
army and »vy; n./ .hoped ... -v. .- to 
see the Dominion Booking shelter be- 
i u ,„i the Monroe doctrine, and Can« 
H ,ia a km. 1 of -i.-.u.-to" to the Great 
American » «i>u 1 'I u* 

v vote of thanks was tnovej Vi 
Jpdge Lampman, and seconded bj Mr. 
Lindley Crpase. 




2iany Suffer 
irom Dysentry 

\ • 1 be presi it I lino As Rood 

. . m. !v one can possibly rind 

and .11 Bowel 



1 diarrhoea 

a 1 b 



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ii ', . 1 

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Howes' Blackberry 
Brandy 

.MCeep a bottle In the house 
,1 or pain in the stom- 



[01 

tereat 
jd ol 

a\ at< 111 -'i 



,h, cramps and 
1) itWSnplalnta, Erlce 
here only. ' 



all 
!5c. 



rammer 

procur- 



CYRUS H. BO\S, CHEMIST 

Tels. 425 and 450 1228-Government Street 



Matured as G>d Whisky 
ShoulcBe. 



If a tirne limit had been set on trading of the Egyptian 

Pyramids, likely they would fc$ standing to-day. 
It doesn't pay to hurry someings. That is why 

Corbs 

Special Selected ,x ye Whisky 



■•Some problems which confront 
Canadians" was the subject ..1 an ad- 
■ • 1 , vir 1 \ M. A-ikena, » l • 
Tvvi'.m • beforJ tbe w canadtan 
SrtSttS'ltt ta th,. du-,:... atree 
u,n jJaterday. W V* 6 ***^***^ 
oi ti... club a, luncheon ml ' 
among ins- hearers some th... 1 

,,,.. llNor a hundred of : whom 
Were delegates to the Methddlal gen j 
eral conference In session n< n 

\ Canadian himself, born m 
tarlo, ah. AJkana has been ioi 
twen ty years a resident ..1 toW 
io that hfl was auallfled to speak 1 

Mihjirl choaen . 11, dealt wit 1 
aangera wU lch threaten < anada_frcm 
in. largo influx "> ^^ IS ; " ' " ,^ 

tongues, bablts and mors is .1 i dim 
oulty oi assimilation and tn. nei 
1 taint lining a communltj 01 n 
and "i sentinv at He urg '. - 
ii ii pei !'■■ ting th< si b< 

^ lh, Dominion broadening 1 1., * »rk, u 1 
the churches and Slundaj ichoo .to 

1 eive an enlightened moral sense to 

and he urged th« 1 ir m€ » 

ttlng the newcomers to < anadian 

British aentlni.-iit. 
Incidentally he stated thu he be- 
. , ^t church union, it .— m- 

,„i. would aid m the work, and 

thai t, d military training in , 

the public schools as an ad in .incu - , 

eating the need ot discipline, ol edl- 

and self control. The ****** *\ 

, ,. W hich WOUld ifv.' ml -, 

lei detail th "' r ^*^. 

adian papei .on-rrrrn, 

tling with happenings to the 
United Btal thought, wottM U 

Well worth ih, ,MundiUire of. a sum 
, j ih, nation's nioncy. 

ol th, day WM intio- 

adian Club Dr. T. j. Jones to » ^""' l 

I i "as in It he referred ,0 the many 
,iages whi, h Ooun.l.ia 

utf.-r.-d to the in- I ftttd s,tthr. 

. rh , . , r of. the day,. Mr. J. a. 

M. Aikentrr-waa received with ap- 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



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Inuiat on Precedence. 

porl published In 
1 tie del. ■ ■ i 
win rid Laui I. 1 



Sir: - in your 
Friday's Colonisl ot 
who Wait. .1 upon Bii 



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ypu ahow ii'- "• "" - 

ti,,n as follow lng thai of 

Trade this la an • ri 01 ■ 

with 5!z Wilfrid b .!• aire ii 

tha i-'.i.iai, Ka.'i followed the Board o1 

Trade and the Tradea and Laboi tol 

lowed the Vaterahs of coui u If 

[,, ,,,.., , ,,,, lequance, bul spoOld tio( 1 1 

i„. published as actually happened.. The 

reading of the reporl makes this mls- 

take appeal pr< Hated 

II. A. TRKKN.-. 
* Becretarj Veterans Asso'n. 



THIEVES OPERATE 
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Another Example of opr exclusivenes 




Englis}i_Delaine^hirts 



Several Residences, Entered- in 
Day Time and Valuable 
Property Stolen— No Clue 
to Perpetrators 



In Fancv Stripe^, aiul all the new sha.l 

ol d TWC i browtl and fawn. 
. Special prices, $2.25, $1.90, $i./5 and 



nchuling helio, navy, myrile. resida. 

$1 25 



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it matured by the ' f but sure" i»«tho<l of 
storaje in charred cask*. For yean the 
whisky is gradually , aed. Nature takei her 
time- but is thorough^c chemical properties 
of the charred wood ,ve the harshness of the 
new whisky. Age pvbe finishirvR touches to 
the flayor — imparts fltlscacy that is charac- 
teristic of Corby's '' Sal Selected." 

This is the Ion and consequently the 
most expensive inethodmjvturinR whisky. No^ 
all whisky is aged Ihuy. But it is the only 
way to get the Corby lity. 



ptause. 



The Call of Canada 



In his opening words Mr. AttMMj 
pototed out that the -'/^;^;\' 
now was different to wh,u n U " K£ 
paints the glory of the wlldp. TJe 
call of the wild lured new setter. 
then, and the men to. whom It ap 
ed were of a sturdy fibre, self .• 
n ,ti,.n bu.lders. men of the north,,,. 



\ series Ol robberies which have 
been I '"' within the last 

In Esquimau has been keeping the 
provincial police authorities busy, hut 
it the guilty, parties have not 
apprehended. Several resld 
have been entered during the day 

time ami while the occupants of th, 

houses have » p a**ent. The goods 

■ s jewelry, tools, wear- 

Irtc aj.parel. ,t,.. ih, tlr, ves showing 
„„ p.-irticular bSUrl n-^-the.r 

choice, i-'i-ou. the rejjdence ol Mr. 
l Admiralty Stoad, whose res- 
i, t ,. n ,.. atered last week during 

the afternoon, a ijttanttty or jewelry 
valued at about $200 was uken and 
from other residences valuable strop-. 

lTtYJ-T» r irS~?M«rl'"-»r— ;- '• 

In one or two cases descriptions, ot 

, t, y neighbors coming 

trom the direction of tho-housba roh- 

•,i;,.l given to ihe 




New American HouseJDresses 



r n navy Wuc and white spots, pink and^vhitc. hhte 
Stripes and- checks. Special prtCiCB, ^25 and . 



and white in 



$2.75 






Corby's " SPECL 
Whisky is sold everywl. 



SELECTED " 
Try it to-day. 



nye 



CHIEF FIRE 

RENDERS REPORT 



The H. Corby Dislery Company 

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Sft 



Head Offices: Montreal. "Corby's of Corbyvfor Ovar Half -a-Contury" 




The an at the Bat may 

beaught OUT on 

k third strike, 



Financial Losses Through Fires 
IVtuch less Than Prev.ously 
Estimated— Makes Recom- 
mert&atio'n-'Re Railway Fuel 



but 



fi)DY'S 

"SLEN a 
MATCHED 



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NEVER FAIL to IlKht the FIRST STRIKE. 

.1 
,r« of experien. 
ACME • PERFECTION. "811* 

•, , en ware, Plbr. 



sure as the dawn of 
Matches to the 
Is, Tubs and Wash- 



oe •»«*>.?"•»" j -bed' w-ere secure. 1 mm b"^. u *« "■- 
But today the call o* police, but were t <re to assist 

tda S one of prosperity. Th- , „„ ;uuhnrltt es to any exte nt 
SS3 which lures f. its ^0»S ^ 
peoples of South. ,n BUTOpe la i .ts r 
Prosperity. They have M »£ « 

SS now tn Ifegiona they -are corning 
in, an army of Invasion. *•*»?» 
one or two exceptional years the hlgh-_ 
est average of immigration to the 
TrtnTed St a tes was never greater than 
, 14 per cent.' of its total populathuu. 
-Cinrada Is receiving imniniKrai.t.s y.Trr 

alter year at s ' :e ?- t nl ? 

Its total population or WbWe the I tilt- 
ed states had to assimilate on,. Can- 
ada has to assimilate 36. 

Beecher once said that It a lion 
swallowed an o*. the Uon • 
necessarily become an ox. but 
admitted that the Hon might suffer 

severe pains aa a result of too much 

ox One of th, chief probjems for 

present day Canadians was thin ■ ■lues- 

ti..n of assimilation. And to do thlB 

properly Canadians proper must con- 

stitut, themselves the hosts of the 

newcomers. We must establish lar In 
lumce of then, thoroughly equipped 

school systems. We must educate 

th. m and teach them the English Ian- 
More than education we want ChrlSr 

Uftn churches and Christian institu- 
tions to inculcate In them Christian 

dity. ■ „ 

The speaker d«or< atsd what some- 
times happens— the placing of these 
loreigntrs in communities by th. m- 
Belves, in solid blocks whereby the 
work of assimilation was made more 

difficult. . . . ., 

tinuing. he urg. dvlsabi - 

tablUhlm teas of n.ui- 

.lucauon in tin 

,,,-ps to work hand in hand 



Special Sale of S< 

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_^_^^^^^^ Mt ^^^^^ .^B^i^|^p*Ma^P«<BfjS|MWKT^ , SMS^-'SWiWt^SBSSSSSS^^^^ ^^ ■** ^—" __^ ^ ^— ^.^^-^— - 

Children's Footwear 






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Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents. Victori and Vancouver 



' A report of verv exceptional Interest 
I. that of Chief l-'lfe Warden Wyr.yar.t 
iw In 11s to the fire loss and forest 
protection work of the very busy month 
of July' from which .authoritative docu- 
ment It Is pleasant to note that there 
has been considerable exaggeration of 
Lnancial losses occasioned b y th e 
ravaging the various, Umbered 
areas of the province during the month. 
In review., a> 

instead of ujWarM of uiw •. and u 
half million dollars' tiRgregato loss. Mr. 
Gladwin estimates the total losses of 

the month' nt *«'.»«« « n ,i l mD ^ r 1 " n<1 
$317;760 in improvements, which- latter 

Include the various inlninR buildings 
falling a prey to" the flnmes. 

No fewer than 401 fires 1 offi- 

cial attention durliiK the. month, 



1,000 Fairs of Childrens' Boots 
and Shoes, All Sizes. Sale 

Price, $1.65, $1.3(H$L20 



Alfalfa Hay for Cows 



We hav 

milk pi 1 



'ed 



rta, this is the finest 
hv is on the rise. 



SYLVESTER FEED CO., ?09 Y lte .st. f Tei.4i3 



111' . t.^.■. t v.-.. , 

with the boy acout movement rne 
habit of obedience and subjection to 

dlsciillne there learned would 
of Inestimable value to th, >iti. 
the making. rle was a war, 0$ «»« 
fact that many Of his fellow 11, 
,,• ,1. odist confcreiu- 

"nilitartsm, but be thought that when 
strong men' la arm-d his goods 
ml there, would be 1*8* 

fear of ll "''" 

LB knew that they would fro, ; 

nation In arm* the saving to 
militia department and the gain 10 
« mclency would b* «*•*! U *hs 

sary drill could be acquired in the 

s.-hools. 

With regard to iest;lctlng immigra- 
tion Mr. Alk«ns believed that th. re 

should be no restrictions placed upon 
free entrj ol Brltlahei 

hea/lil and t«P. • < A pplans, » 

The American Invasion 
: speaker then with some fliftl- 



s expenditure In fire fight- 



^K^mgggg///g^ggggtttttKttKK0^tUttKUKtttti^tKtttB ssMWss|sss<sIssbsWsWss«MsbI ■■" 'ssj n sin m -- ^— — 

OUR STRONG POINT 

is ir. ' • V '- ,u 

• will r,aiiz, how thoroughly we do t)- 1 1 I with an order. 

Blown Glass Jugs, to icta 25c 

$1.28 Majolica Cheese Dishes. h , 75c 

$2.00 NlekSl Plated Tea Kettle-.. I. ... $1.50 

$1.50 Flour Cans, 'Tai. h., <; $ 1 ^ 

I i Thin Blown Water Glasses doz" ' 65c 

p ^ -| ! n furl saver. 

HALLIDAY CLYDE CO., LTD. 

Phone ' I " :J " n Sl - 



sp'-aaer men win. m»»..is ....... , m .i ■»»»»•- -. . . 

afproach^ th, qiuestton as to - 



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■ 

.1 the Invasl 1 settlers 

(rom cited States would 

upon Canada; How would it 
the' solidarity of th- country, il- 
ls to mow strong there must 

] interest and community of' 

: and WeSt. Ill 

I,.- r. ferred to 
dally .papers,', which 
,,,111 the West Were filled with 
Icspateh. 
1 1 iclleved tha I ■ I 

which would 1, 
na. ti th ighly ■ ■ ( 



ing amountinR to B8 In salaries 

and 8 ate comparue, 

or iii.i 1 with 1 1 

ment Of ;. further sum pi $! 

makli: 

I ,„,, righting for the one 

„ of upward, 0* *•• < th« 

„f Ml ■ 

■ 

all] 

■, 1 "'"' 
.Urn mine, and 

being kill,.!, by fall hlft ««- 

,1 In fighting fi> 
C),i, . par., «r«ph- ll '""'^ 01 

of Mr. 1 unusual 

Intel 

hei '\T 

oil fuel for lo. 
the timbered sections ' ovlnee 

' upon 
...Hon n, onuslng 

. ■.. ii . englu. 



FLGfvSrrrHM-fer THE MAN.- 250 pairs of 
this famous make, in Kid and Calf Blu- - 
chers. Regular $6.50 and $8.50, Sale price... 




EXTRA SPECIAL, Geo. A. Slater's Invictus 
Shoes in Velour Calf and Vici Kid Blueher. 
Per pair ••' ......-...••• ...... : . ; 




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The Colonist Has All the News 



a.lian' v 'ii. ■■ ' : 

1 ha 1 (omlnl >n 

■ 

llvevted to 
t/nli I at.es. I 

1 nlon chui - 

be stronger 

, ,ii, tin- problems of - inada, nd ! 
I 

I Can- 

. pari ,,t the empire, H< 
d thai there wer« Infi 
. , . e „ti ,u.-. 1 anad 1 fi im the 
... 1 .., ., united empth 
1 
twe. d th« 41ff< .■ ut ; <: 11 ■ in 



rtpped for the use of oil U*.. 

V it be made -an off. 

./.all.-.l rvl.-, byau 

.■.ulliuril.'.i 

* The Beport la riill . 
.,. 1 i„ us 'entirely, reads as 

follow! 

to the Hon. Price i-'.tiiso.,.. ■ 

, . 

I ■> submit 

'. . '.,,.. ,, 1 on the v oul 

>„s for il<>- 

■ very dry and - 
the di 

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when onei 

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LADIES' BLACK SUEDE BUTTONED BOOTS, 
hand welts, American make. , Regular price 
$6.50. Per pair . , . .•" • / :. V * ' 




ww»«BOf««nnmprJB«mi-«««" 




landless 



555 Johnson Street, 




ros. & Cathcart 



Victoria, B. C. 



which helped n,rou 

adltional 
a the. 

rnonl ' 




nuf COLONIST HAS ALL THE NEWS 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Ube Colonist 

Ili» Colonist Printing And Fubllanlnf 

Company, Limited I.i«blUty. 

1211-1215 Broad St., Victoria. M. C. 



J. S. H. Matson. 



The Dailv Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 50 cents P«r 
month. If paid in advance; 60 cerup per 
month if paid after the luth of oaoh 
month. Mail.-d, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada, except the city or suburban 
districts, which tin» covered by our car- 
riers, or the United Kingdom at the 
following rates: 

One Year $5.00 

.Six Months ...'.. 2.5f 

Three Months 1.85 



riondon Office, 90 - 92 fleet 



Street. n.llllil \ 

— » whin : 



elating: with it any sentimental consid- 
erations. There has been already suf- 
ficient emigration from India to de- 
monstrate to the people of that country 
that In other parts of the Empire 
there are excellent opening's for men 
who are willing: to work, and the per- 
son, who deludes himself with the be- 
lief that tills will not become generally 
known among the people of that great 
country, and that the knowledge that 
they arc to be horeaftor excluded from 
enjoying the advantages offered by 
other- British lands will not have a 
profound effect upon the tniudii.- ; of these 
people towards British ruin, Is making 
b \ cry 'serious error. But theae things 
furnish on answer to the question 
which Canada arid South Afrlea have 

liege i Ive, 



ire; 



Thursday, August 25, 1910 



Uot 

peo: 



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a nsv ei ed In the 
i 'a n <'. luntries paopli ii 

o)-,le permit I he free - we 

u nresi rici ed iTwxugT&tlon 

">m India'.' 



A WORLD ISSUE 



... Among the lines i 
by Genera] Botha, 
South Africa, U9 

Asiat ie immigra f ion 
Canada, lusl ra lia, 



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Prime Minlstei 
the .''xclusion 
. Thift \" 
.and South \ 



of 
fa] I 



their land shall 
race. This i 
fui! - i ince 
.;:'. one is able 

do no1 think it 
to the Japanese 

' til ly mini- 



united mi this riurstinn, ale! I ': .>• I'nited 
Statl in full sympathy with them. 
This means that the people of nearly 
12, 000(0.00 square' miles of the earth's 
Burface, embracing the r.reatest un- 
oci ixpied i ea, have r< lolved I 

bi ' for the white 

tremendous fact, the 
of which we doubt if 
•''. Willie 
'Asiatic" ' Is us.-d, we 
is intended to apply 
who are not suffl- 
to make their migra- 
Moii very t ble in n worjd-wide 

sense. Just the same objections can he 
thad( igainsl Fa] ootle Imml- 

I "•■ ' into wl imunities 

urged agali I i i lies, but we 

think the white races must lie pre- 
pared t' the Japs 
nnd mercantile classes go backwards 

I forth around the worM. sold ■: 
homes where they choose, In the same 
manner' as people of European stock 
do. Against the immigration of Jap- 
anese coolie labor w* continue our 
strongest protest, as we protest against 
all coolie labor being permitted to 
compete with white labor in countries 
white men. But as we have 
said the numerical strength of the 
Japanese Is not snvit enough to make 
oven,, the migration of coolies' a men- 
ace to white civilization, and we are 
strongly of opinion that national pride 
will lead the Japanese government to 
discountenance such emigration. Wc 
ish between Japanese enmi 
' I 3 ese immigration. It Is not 

impr that the occupatior 

Australia may "be within the scop 
Japanese '-ambition, but that contin- 
gency is tod remote to require consid- 
eration at present, although the possi- 
bility of' it will undoubtedly strongly 
influence the people of the Common- 
wealth in their legislation regarding 
Oriental immigration. 

What General 1 : •" ta In mind Is 

immigration from China and It 
and thia it Is against which the 
white races must be on their guard. 
W'- ■ hdi id taking V narrow 

view of thi ion, for nothing Is 

gained by so doing.' We t'ry i.i avoid 
racial preju the question is 

:. overshadows anything of that kind. 
It Is easily a of the 

present day, although as, yet it 3» not 

bt' an acute stage. The subject must 

iooked at, from 8 plain standpoint. 



Ai 
Chin< 
magnitude. 

|. .1 that an 

a limited n 



nt the migration or the 

not assumed very great 
It will have to be a.linlt- 

.\!nie country can absorb. 

in'ii'i' of I'liinese without 

terferinK' with economic 

conlrafy, some- 
It will also have 
ill persons who 



i -adit lonSi but, on u 
what advantageous!] 

to di-e ,, ii.ott^l by" 

have (vatched.the effect of a rela tively 
free Chinese immigration, that, it [i 
pernicious, so far as it -bears upon 
the development of communities where 
the social fabric rests, as indeed tn 
the long run it rests everywhere, upon 
manual la'bor. ' it is often Urged that 
we should admit Chinese and restrict 

thotn to the performance at certain 
specified kinds of menial labor; but 
the teaching of history Is that nations 
draw . tholr strength from the lower 
Strat a Of* ■s oc iety. Continued national 
vigor is impossible if there is at the 

base of the economic structure a stra- 
tum out of which no one can rise and 
Into which no one can descend- from a 
higher plane without degradation. No 
greater folly would be possible than" 
to create a line of demarcation between 
the various spheres of Industry. The 
Southern States tried to do it, and the 
result was the creation or the '■ | 
known as "poor white trash," and the 
development of a n e gro pro blem that 
seems certain to assume exceedingly 
nldnbie proportions. The attempt 
to exclude" the Chinese from Canada 
by the imposition of a head tax has 
been by. no means the success It was 
expected to be. Th_e Chinese are pay- 
ing the tax and their white employer* 
are repaying it several time over in 
higher wages. So . much Is this thtr' 
case, that many persons who. advo- 
cated the high tax now say it 

to take It off so that the 
ig'< - of the Chinamen would de-. 
crease. Against such a thing we would 
protest strongly, if it were ever pro- 
posed, and wc refer to it only for the 
-•• of showing how exceedingly 
difficult it is to prevent Chinese im- 
migration by anything short of, abso- 
lute exclusion. 



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thinks important In foot notes or an 
appendix, preferably In the latter, for 
foot notes distract the reader's at- 
tention. We hope that some one will 
be moved to tuke up this work. If 
some publishing house would select a 
competent person for the task, pay him 
well for his worit, and give him an 
interest In the profits of the venture, 
the enterprise would bo found to pu\ 
well. We commend the suggestion to 
some, one, who has the capital at his 
disposal to carry It out. It is difficult 
for a man, who has his living bo make, 

to give, the necessary time to the pre- 
paration of such a history.'* - ' - 



Ottawa in congratulating itself Upon 

a SO per pant, increase in land values, 

Which goes to show that all the pro- 
gress is not west of the Greai 'iiakes, 

and this |s just as things ought Lo be 

. » , ■- i / j 

, The Toronto Star runs Its report | 

of the Methodist tienerai Conference 

under ;i Vancouver dale line 8 id 
stall's it "assembled here today." 
i 'an'l sonn one on i he Slai take I 

trip west and readjust that paper's 
geography? ______ 



The considerations advanced above 
show the tremendous difficulties in- 
volved in the policy which General 
Botha has declared to be fundamental 
in South Africa, to which the Southern 
Commonwealth Is committed in Its Oe 
NiaiKl for B "White Australia," and to 
which Canada has given its approval 
by its arrangement with Japan as to 
immigration, the preventing of immi- 
gration from India ami the Imposition 
of the Chinese head-tax. But' these 
preventifive measures are tempo: 
expedients only. The mpveDMnt of 
And first let ie possibility of J Asiatic peoples- is in its infancy, and 



a migration from India: \\ *- have had 
some experience Bn cola 

i.f what this may mean, and it is Just 
as well' to look ttk -il'iarely in 

face, not deceiving ourselves either 
one - the other. A number of 

Sikhs • : us are living In British 

[_ it not a fact that, making- 
allowance for the wide difference in 
conditions in' what thev are in 

India, these unwelcome Immigrants 



have done remarkably well, although 

a considerable proportion of them, not-. 

ably o< the Sikhs, are men well, ad- 
vanced in senrsV Is It not a fact that 
most of these people have proved 
themse'i .en in positions 

not demanding skill, and is there not 
every reason to believe that in the 
if a o -.- ' : he -younger men 

>ng them will be' fully , the eipials 
• unskilled v..'- •• ri ,, r 

true that, if these people. were al- 
lowed i Women into ntry 
and Riarfy .them, Are' would, in the 
ration have a fairly 
rigln, 
iingl '■--,. 
men" We think 

wered in 

"> Brink that if 



cnursi* Of 
nu ni' 
■who won! 

competltoi 

■■ q ii 
1 1 affirm 
men 

, , ., . , 
the.frei > 



with whiti 
ions nil i ' 

We « 

d to 

will also 

it 19 true of 

and .South 

a into 



nter this .coun- 



i, 



it will present In the near future pro- 
blems of world-wide importance, which 
will tax the best statesmanship that 
the white races can produce. 

It will also be noted that the pro T 
blem chiefly concerns the British Em- 
pire, and very little thought Is .neces- 
sary to simw that trade considerations 
are InvolvW in it. If we close our 
lands to Astatic immigration, Asia 
may close her ports to our trade,, in 
which event Germany, owning no ter- 
ritory into which Asiatics have any 
desire to go, may easily acquire cpm.- 
merclal eminence to our great disadi 
vantage., 



WANTED— A HISTORY 

An exchange says t'a inula wants a 
"Wa'verley," that :s solne one who will 
tell in fiction ,t history of the 
da\s of the country. This may be true, 
enough;, but there is something else 
untry needs still .more, and it Is 
a historian. A schoolboy was asked the 
other day how h^ liked th 
Canadian history, and ho said he did 
nd Tike it at all, because it was "Just 
a lot of names," Our Canadian his- 
torians seem to think that the we 
write a history is. to stuff 'their book 
as full of ; ' i ' ., is futf of 

but that Is a mistake. The sto; 



Afr 
elth 




India, and tl - 
Just so much , 
tion T 

,i.,, not realiz 
whaJ ■ 'iring 

,i incll 

; ! - !- mora 

petit* with white 
nese ' 

i , tehitt loan will 
with thi 

'not willi.o. i 
oi i rhlna, i a "1 
Africa ara emba 



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if hi.'- 



odd 






\ Idresslng the municipal council- of | 
Weyburn, which is made up of Con- 
servatives, Sir Wilfrid l,i'i rier said: 
■ I remember with a full heart that you 

i .: me with the warmth -of a 
brother i inadlan." This, aori ol tiling 
• my on e a pli tni I ng.- 



BJlghty years ago thi t towjj- 

plat ni Chicago was laid out.' The. 

town then had is buildings a ad P0 
Inhabitants. It now has 2,500,000. 

la perhaps SHI BKMfi wonderful 

growth that any cits has ever wit- 
nessed. 

' — * : — .. 

It will interest persons who think 
over problems of city government, to 
learn that in MontreaT this year 26,000 
square yards of flagstones, 80,000 
square yards "i asphalt, and 60,000 
square yards of cement an- being laid 
in new at a this s 



— it— Sfoms to be the opjinions of the 

police of Cafiads generally, that the 
. oi parollni prisoners Is be,ing 
tarried to a dangerous ■ and 

Instances are cited which suggest thut 
blj political Influence Is not whol- 
ly unsuccessful in securing the release 
Of prisoners. This is, S matter calling 
for the closest investlga 



There ) .lie appeal in 

tho-^nited States to Mrs. Nicholas 
J,ongworth to stop cigar. I .king, 

i.ongwortli is the daughter of ex - 
isevelt To us this appeal 
seems Impertinent and injudicious, it 
is impertinent to drag the name of any 

lie In this way. l£ , 
is injudtciou.s. 

a.d that the ia.ly smolCea and her 
practice is far more iikelv • i silly. 

people to take up the habit than It is 
to be serviceable as. "a horrible ex- 
ample." 



An eastern exchange protests agalns 
the occasional fining of the keepers 
or immoral resorts. It thinks that the 
slioubl l>e imposed on the own- 
I the buildings; This is an ex- 
ceedingly troublesome' question, and 
must always remain so. for It is Im- 
possible to make right what Is wrong. 
There are those, who sdvocate the 
licensing of such places, but M. A. P., 
which has been carrying on a thorough 
investigation Into so-called white 
slavery Bays the licensing system is 
w.r rse than any Other, and is 111 
to be abandoned by the. countries that | 
have employed It. The problem is 
one of those that confounds the wisest, 
,\'o remedy for it has ever been dis- 
ed, and no one Is at all hopeful 
of discovering one. 



Is to be extra aide-de- 
camp to the Governor-Genera!. He Is 

1 son of the Duke of Northum- 
tierlaivfl and succeeded to the courtesy 
title on the death.of.hls brother, which 
occurred In^Paria not long ago, The 
dukedom of Northumberland to which 

P«j - heX-1* M»S "i the old- 
est peerages ,in- theNUnited Kingdom. 
The present bidder ofNiu- title : 
the seventh duke, the peerage having 

been ereated III. 1 7*, »;. There were dukes 
of Northumberland and Ka'rls j 
bet'oro.these titles passed to the family 
now holding' them. The- l.uni.l.. name 
Of the' duke is Smithson, although it 
has assumed that of The 

of .N'ortlmmbyrland is ii nuiu of 
very great wealth. 1 1 Is landed . 

oornious and la |' H the chief pro- 
prietor oi the great' banking hOU 
iJr.urnmond, Jhe mother of the p> 

Duke having married a daughfc 
Henry Driunmond, Lord i'i 

years of age. lb- aerye.d in South 

Africa 



-•■h force in the follow ing 

extract from the' Montreal Ci'/.ette: 
"The I a world-wide .-issociation 

for " Tfie~l7rrrr»ci*Vat natural re- 



sources, which originated In Washing*, 
bai & for 'la.'K- of 



co.operation among the nation::. Con- 
servation for a .while was in dan 

id l i lifers. This 1 Inter- 
nal rebuke will help td put It 

i 
to be dealt with h 



WEILER BROS. 



COMPLETE HOME 
FURNISHERS 

Government St., Viqtoria, B. C. 



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The Ideal Tourists' Sto 

TOURISTS and visitors to this city will find this an ideal 
to spend a few minute^ — and that's all you are asked to spe 
you are welcome to come and "look" to your heart's content^ and 
the slightest obligation to purchase. 

Hundreds of imported souvenir pieces are waiting for you — d 
things from British and foreign makers. These, are things you d<fd ' n 
your home town. 

Then the British productions in draperies and such lines -w :rest 
every visiting homekeeper. It's the finest display in the West 

Come in and have a look around. 



Most Desirable Weddig Gifts 

Are Offered in This Showing of Advance Fall Ss in 





This advance shipment of newest Fall ideas i 
we have ever shown-— the daintiest and most attracti 

To the party looking for something nice in the w 

strortt' ukl make a most desirable wedd 

--0&41 'yi. u. wish something. unusually nice for yo 

The -pat terns and the color combinations are mu 
quality, workma ndfeipM i pho ws greatest skill, and the p 

See some in Government Street winde-w-and— 



n Down Quilts sho\ 
ve quilt imaginable, 
ay of a wedding gi 
ing gift— a gift ta 
ur own room, y u" 
ch above the nwr 
rices are most .fair 
more- on the jh i/fll 



>me of the handsomest* quilts 

Biese certainly should appeal 
)tild be treasured for years. , 
rer find the better of these. 
materials of the very highest 



See These. 
6x5 feet,. at. 



$13.50 



rlefe r ; a popular^pdced 
down guilt and a style that'll 
certainly .plea Centre 

pane] of small design with 
Persian border." The reverse 
side in solid color. We have 
in mauve, green or 
blue- 

This' is a 'most attractive 
style, and the price is very 
reasonable, at — — 



$13.50 



See These 
6x6 feet 



a, $15.00 



Gorgeous Chintz effects in 
finest French sateen and 
satin bands in pleasing pan 1 
elling makes a most attrac- 
tive quilt. The reverse side 
is covered in "a fine Frericli 
sateen— chintz effect. 

This is a large quilt, filled 
with best down and made 
in best possible manner. 
Priced at : 



S15.00 



See These. 
6 'x 5 feet, at 

A panelled < - l>iri 
plain 'bands an.', pre] 
sian effect- in ,1 all 
in makes tin /en 
quilt. , Ma;. i tl 
best and \\ :. ■ ansl 

Reverse, ^id< coi 

art French ■ n. 

A prett v <-,■• voti 
like'. IVio 



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of 

'er- 
sat- 

dish 
-ery 
too. 

\<\ hi 

irelv 



See" These 
6 x 6 feet 



a, |W0 



$17.51 



1 lere is a handsome quilt 
panelled in all-silk satin- 
beautiful Persian .effects 
plain hand's. The re- 
vt rse side is c< ivered with a 
daint\ l-'rench art sateen. A 
well "made and finely finish- 
,.,| .nun- best down. Large 

i lands. ,me. light';' warm — 
r.t-iK priced at ■ ■ 



$20.00 




,34-i'C.ff* 







se Your Fal 



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Vou are going lo have a III • pet for at least one room. 

rli.M.-.iii'j; 1\\ coming in today and making your selections t'r. 

liy ehoiising .iinwyoti get the benefit of being able to select 
.ings .and of prompt service. in the making.. If yon. don't wish 
arrange lo Store same for Von and lay when yon de-dre. 

The -ame \\ eiler (Jnalit> an<l the same 'iir prices ] 
ence rs broader and better assortment 



prevai 



"■alf-t hat's settled, fettle the time for 
ie fjlcndid selection now offered. 
1 afkoad variety of patterns and color- 
arfet put On the. floor at once, we can 

in. former years-Mhc only differ- 



You Prefer Squares Choose From This Range 



1, Hundreds of squares and rug^s await those whofavor 



!entl_\- arranged, and tin 
visit the second floor and ins 

Ingrain Squares from Sjo.oo to . 
Tapestry Squares from $26.60 to 
Brussels Squares frorri i 
Axminster Squares from < 



whole display ma\ be quickly 

he ie, 



Ie u\ floor covering. These are all ccm- 

asih examined. l"iea>ed to have you 



85.00 
$9.00 

8HJ.00 

8 1 S.7."> 



Wilton -S 
Velvet Sq 
Smyrna I 
Genuine 



s fro,u ^48:50 tO 

from S42.0G to ••••'•• 

rom ^55.06 to 

:.tal Rugs— All prices. 



.827.00 
$24.00 
$30.00 



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than thi 



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la, whlli 

1 hi native 

Q ll lllng With 



Hindu, mljfration b thi '' tei I dai India 

1 :i p.'irt of thf Bril I m >lr« Tfai« 

fact musi bi re ■ ■■-■■ ■• " Si "- 



! i 1 1 li] In i i !'.' i in 1 1 1 is jm i!*i 1 1 • i n is wn 
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ilmn in tl in "T 

I.. 5pl( u e ' 'iRgroat 

(.. tin pargoa ' ! 

... lit,- ,, popular iiiMtm. ur -.in , •■ 
thai he should -pui senei a] cohclu Ion 
in iin body of t in' book, b nd bui h de 
tails relating to liidlylduali u hu 



1 1 m, but, to 

• mu.- of th i nclpli' 

i.i •■!! iii-.-ini ii! until ioi n 

up it Wash I nclple 

Is a' correct ohe- and i 

yugiit to ni t upon It 




Mail Orders 

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to us and have 

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Thursday, August 25, 191( 



Latest 
Arrivals 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

Mra rni.KKiiiuik ol Cala*ryi 
lttJ ing at the Balmoral hotel. 



IS 



Ml- Walla..- Watson is In town from 
i smith uti u business n Isifc 



BP t. coombr loft last night 
a rmer for Vancouver. 



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!,■ m \i- Martin w eut ,,x ''' '" s '""" 
,, ., | t a st night "I, b business, trip. 



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Laniard left ISJJI niKhi Cot 1 



At the 



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Montelius Pianc 
House 



, i ,<i m tss Turner hat a g< 
Mainland for s week, i 



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hallda.2 



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British 

Records, 

Edison \mluM 

Victor V tc1 n » 

Several oi th< 

iii- < irand, I 

right I'i.in. 

in VTcti iri.i 

I ,atest l '' ipula 

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MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1104 Government Street 
1 '. Tim I' 1 el. .)4 

B. P. GREENE 
Manager Victoria Hou •-.«.- 



1 m Morton from Tacoma '* 
I 1 vacation wltto- 

, • i ■■, i •!... -1 Baj . 

w 

\ jj Tali... 1 ami son returned 
e ,-u\ vest da from t1 • Pl '< 
where thi h tvi b< ■ a vis- 

i i few <i 1 1 

, .I... \ 1 \\ 

eturnod home y< P er Uu [ 

Charlotte from the Terminal 




leaving in 

Victoria.. 

* * f 

The man. friends ol Mr. Revert 
Taylor of Government street, Will o« 
JfiSed -i„ Learn that he is around 
!„„,. More, after a very serious lilnj -• 

Master Blckford problca has return - 
,. (1 ,,-,„„ Seattle, where >■ has, been 

spending « l« *«*> '"* ,,,mt ' 

Mrs, H. X. Turnhull. ) 

Miss Collin* mis.-, :\r.T, ..i. mtj Miss 
Robertson, all of VVatkerton. Ont.. are 
visiting with Miss ■sutt....i, Slnoo 
I b i re e l 

! ml.. .Caroline E*wn H< '"> V 1 ",', .' 
I present living with her.friends i- 
1 Mi.-s Turner. t'adboro Ba> 



Easl i" Toront 

,1 ,,! gomi 



,.., 11 Ma\ Dart? and « " ! . 

• I [. \|,i J 1111 'I ■"" l v J - l 

Maj 'd returned Thursday aft« 1 

motor tour to ttfanglma Albernl u I 

,,,!,, ,- ,,1;,. , .- .hi ih< island, ine re- 
,,,,, 1 iii. ro idl good, '■-!" clall • ' om 

.N.iii.iia,,. t ■ Uberu j. 

CHIEF FIRE WARDEN 

RENDERS REPORT 



,,-a I--I..M, '•..:■ T... 



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Curls. Pi'.lfi, Braids anil 

Trans! urinations in all 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE"S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 

'Phone 11T5 Douflas St 






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Real Lace Shop 

whit.' 
P cru, and pongee 

20c to $5.00 yard. 

1214 Broad St. 



Madame Russell 

shampooing and 
manicuring 



. p Maclean and. her daughters, 

,,,.i i-'ran.i-s. retarned 
baver on Monday, whsw tm$ 
; ,, week \isitinn frtenda. 

: i,,,i. i»,iiin.-ii ..n. 1 famiij ""' 
|l. M MiU», art Instructor at the 
■i , schodls, have returned H-oni 
I , s.,n Spring 

■ M 

! lN -„.. , , . . and is i 

1th Mrs. Tat. McE*< D Ro 
... 

. E 

.,,,.1 M >Ulu 

>r Ottawa 
.■.ill reside. 

' ,'* m*. Bob. rts Nvho 
1 h«ten .'ii a visit L- Hunt!. \ ati- 
r. ui.l Seattle. li.< \ ■ rje'tUt'il 

I AicLean, Sllsa CoUin»*nd Qiafi 

I tar,- visiting in th* - i<y ^itlt Miss 
,,,....- street. , 
• • • 

a \irn Morse ami thi M 
MMroin i^outrhborougl'v Kngland. 

,: they ate making pi t«« 



. ■• 1 ' tXi 
u .1 rden l*uncli usptatn 

-I ■ 

„,,,., total oi S38 men ' l>c 

engaged 10 righi nre* nuinbei 
the stafl • - 

, .. ,,|,,,.- I Ires and I 

1 ' , rn 1 !■■■■'■ 
suited in n.rr vv "' , " " 

ngh , ,1,-, I lirnhf-r and t 

perty w** - ,s '"' ! ' M „„ ■ 1 

Saiacii 

'en. fighting fire* 

and eM-cu^'s • • * '"' 

Halting a t..tal-^rp<uUlUie ..151" 

. :,„,. by>w»mnaniiM and in 
dUi.i. , ■ ..iial-.l at J "■ 

Causes Reported 

1 



Ladies' Underskirts. ■ ..f lu>tr.-u. nu-rccri/cd ■ saieen. 

flounce ... a., rt -. pleating, trinunvd ^ ir.ll. :.nM 
stitched strappings. Each '. • • • 



Ladies' Underskirts, of. best qnaliiv bkek \mcrccrl3 
, ul ve n mil and made with a deep tlounce .-• 






uid all kmds of 

■1 ■ i" 

ri5 COU&TEKAT ST.. 



Work Una.). tn 
PHOKE 1836. 



Are You Going to 
Preserve Peaches? 

I )..n"i tttiss lliis <hipuiont of 
Choice Free-stone Pre- 
serving Peaches, ai. 
' crate :...-- $1.15 

.\. .v\ is the time t'. huy 
rhes. riai r feat orders 

to insure line ([iiality. 

Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar 
Rubbers 



-Malm S. "wailU 
AtvIlai.i.S. M. Kov.l. all recent ar- 
..m the ol<l 1 oiintrv. 
tasS|>ing-iii> -t'> •-'ampt»oll river on 
aft trip during this week. 



Mt K Duperow, local -pa"««" l B e ' t ' l 
n'tii. •irand trunk Paci 

1 n itn. .1 to his home for Be^eral 

Sh a ,s,-,.ve eld. It is hoped 

that xvlli 'be able to return to Ms 

dutfcthln a few days. 



The n«n 

t-.i. 

I* lollops 

,. f 1; . locomothea • • 
I'nktioM Q • 

I.lBlitiiin 

!> ' 

Ii. N. '."< ■ ..... 

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Nitutv-nve pe cent, ••!' these fires 
, rottfid in 

all >,>. 

,„„. timber lands, before they 
were «oi wm ... 

i,!ce lor Jul 

worth or tiu.h. I ->r im* 

:; „. n ,s, ilncindlng IUvms ah 
nressors. four mteing buHAings, one 
■ .a..- iiot-i one station, twelve. 

bridges. 

verts ami bruises on K. 0> «•»" i 1 '** 
.,„, pig. one barn, one si 1 

buggy. 

; i.. have La report that 

lives were lost during .Inly six at 

Lucky ■"'"' n>l»»- on ■ hllv 10 ' ;u 

kiU'ed '' ,K aw llln, - at 

Jackson siding on July 3.1. while engag- 
ed fighting Hit. . . . , . ,, . 
. The miles travelled by fire wardens. 

total' R- 

Thirteen ' Informal lons^- *« ■ 

.,!,. fer bum! 



Lakes' Underskirts * Mn*^ black, made uhl. ^ 
"^flounce, trimmed with row* of pin tuckmg. BicH^^W 

Ladies' Underskirts of n W reen. deep Efc»«*. trimbrfwlS 
_fine;tuc^ B lack only. E ach ■ ^1___ 

Ladies Underskirts, of fine c,ual..y moreen J^c-^very_iuir 
witk deep nouncc. trimmed with .roups ,,f tnekn.g and 
stitching, in green, red, navy and black . . . . , ? ...... . •**•** 



Street 



A. Pool, Grocery 



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Gro 









Mr? John Coates, Mr 
bert Willis, Mr." Walter Mar- 

the Misses Martin and Mr. 

- Rendelle. aH'« t»*tj of vlsi- 

. njoylng a holiday visit 

to Vi.j,,. 

Mr ) Mr»" John '"aims from 

Edlnbti Scotland, who are touring 

ponding a few .lays l,n 

Victorlnd neighborhood. They •\yiii 

jmake r return journey to the Olci 

i 1 ' • mtr ia New York. 

atchlns' ro.sidenee on R»r- 

elav att Vancouver; h«« . 

rented Mr. and Mr.-. Parker of 

itrewho with their family are 

l.ping »t r.leneoe T/' 

a n4 Miss Kleanor-are 



Sir Wilfrid's Compliments to thladies of Victoria 

During bis visit .0 this city, Sir Wilfrid Uu r sal ,i that he_had never 
seen a tdirn the si... of Vlctorls with as Wat beautiful wonwn. isv* 
ladies, kef,, •in. vo.i,- reputation. Remember ,, bands -shou-i » ■ 
,,f youi as well as voiir far-.-. .,,,,,,. .ring 

*iaii«. nnythe i Ma st) at •-• hour of ti.iiy. Phone I'-' 1 - 



COME 




We ask the jcasure of show- 
ing you our handsome new 
models in FaLSuits and Over- 
coats. While we are already 
/noted for h^ing the' best 
clothes, we've rather outstep- 
ped ourselves this, .season in 
providing for our trade, and we want/ou to "See. 

The idea of selecting clothes where there's, no- 
thing but the best clothes to select from, where every 
garment is fairly priced and you are sure of getting 
a full measure of clothes quality for every dollar you 
pay, is .1 good idea, to say the least, and a feature of 

Fully appreciated by all its patrons. 

See Now — Buy at Your Pleasure 



this store tha' 



l and m-u, running d< 
Five convictions weri 
i„ yet to be iiir.1. and seven 

,l», The fmes imposed »na £01- , 
),.„,.,! amounted' to 1*36 Qreat difft- , 
eultr is met in securing evidence enough 
to ruinin campers and persons crimin- 
ally careless with fire*. . 

1 wisl ' 

verV small numb, r of. fires that *ere 
caused by persons having permits only 
foul- In number, a'n.1 three Wei 
ed; and one which was caUned '•> m 
,t Halls Hiding l|»«tlng a f)i 
win be attended later. Pi 
all cancelled on .ttil> II. and 
doing .ii"' danget from si itlers 1< 
fires get away was < ! 
Iosk has been piroi 

donkey engines and 
The foUowlng estimate is_ K lven of 
Umber protected from tti ttn« In 

and .l-sirovlng it In vaHou 
where lh< grpus flri - 

Five bill] h.m. »««R*r5l , 

towns '"' , ' ;J " ,;,li «ett |e - 

mentst WiUs and Improvei 

eagfutty guarded 

officials ii< 

cha'r»j' 

I 

... ...... 1 ' '" l *" 

. ;i i agenti • , """ 

en 1 

nrovim I hli , tetting 1 

iping tight the I 
uh points, Til.- majortt! 
shut down their plan 
have given great aaalatanee In 

the v 

Tl intandenV "'' ' 

I 

noi latlo n<1 rtl " I 

..motives' are responsible 1 
lor the worst fires, they h*> n 1 j 

IwlUlngneSa [to ftelPi wim.. died 

upon to- do so. • 

1 wish to report thai m< Been 

hard to get, arid siesm In m. 
t,-v and hold the K»' ; "!• rat 

Hani wag Wh%tl I send in 

•eason's rep... 1 1 will beg l 

queai thai «-u act be 

K iv^ uh fire warden tsrfonce men 

,,, help, '"• : '-""'- •* '" ">■"''' in ""' '"'" 

S incc of Aii>. 

r ,,, ,. . , • a had not the aei 
I Ul ,. ■ I and ettutpped • 

,,r road, rheri'. who 1 m«j ssy i,;iv " 
continually rigMing fires instead ol 
building' roads, wc would have nafl a 
v „ r . : serious. probleni to (■>■ ' greal 
men ha ■ ied to 

,,,.!,, However, 1 hope hesil si ason thul 
, h ,. iatt e 1" 1 hang* this gi levanci ■ 

my ii pinion 1 a., n. . 1 b elli ■ 
screen can be ttssd on !"■ "" + ' « " • 

will hold cinders and all 
draught l would' 
,. the burning ■• 

... Ilium* each en ■ 
thai than ; 1 whoh 

,1 :) .,, Htdes denuded' of timhei 
II Ki-owih. which regu 
of w at 1 

•it and f u t u 1 ' 1 1 1 a 

railroad comp ml< '' '"' 

eoni| 1 ' ' ' 

fires • ' 




Latest Ideas , In High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves- 

Morley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Lineri Mesh - 
Underwear. 







We have marked, 

not helming to L .Here's an. example of how you can 
economize. 



/CONTINUES with unabated earnestness.^ 



rXic kind. that regular 
L NOW 



>el 



1 tr< »ni S-i i" 
Cl ; d) T( ) 



Boys^_Suits 

$4~50, $4J07$3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 




.ens 




Sj j. on. 



$20.06, $18.00, Si3-"<> S12.00 and 

K'OW Kl'.lH'v'l'.D 



.$10.00. 



T(') 



$16.50, $15.00, $12.00, $10.00, $8.00 






<r\ f\ 



b*inf 




Youths' Su 



4~, Which regularly 

s 



sell at from $0,50 l'«« • 
NOW. REIH'CK 



S 1 S.00 



) TO 



\ ^ 



$12, $8, $6, $5, S4 



[9 %| 




alli:n & co. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 



U, m. SQO. Boy,' ^f^JZi* T 




McCANDL 



BROS. 



]20i Government Street Victoria 



... 



557 JOHNSON STREET 



VICTORIA, B. C. 




Honk.v nr.inrl I'oup cflmns "TTmcn QTefS. 

,il.. iteel, Iron and Unwai t'-' v " "'« 

talks, and all J»m<l» " f cuti«f*»t -i 



$ I f__. . ' "* """' j . I.,,,, -_ j 11. isjssiii ' '■■-"—■■■'"" w '' _,_ , . ,,, siai'n" ^■,» W .^«e»'(i'WW"e"' ^ ^ _ ^ 

'^TTJITTsirm T1IH DAILY COLON I SI 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



p— - 



Thursday, August 25, 1»1© 



LOGGERS , SUPPLIES 




NEWS OFJTHE CITY 

To Build Dwelling. 
i». ii. Sale' hu i >*■»•> i awardi id the 
oontracl tor b dwelling for Mr. D. <'. 
Dobsou to be built on Shelbourne St 



THE WEATH 



S" 



Meteorological office, Victoria, B. C 
m 8 i- hi . August L'-Hii, 1910. 

s\ NOI'SIS 



wc cany a very complete stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 



WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The 5hipch:nv..:!'cps 



1206 Wharf Street 



Mr. Hawthornthwanto to Speak. 

Mr, .1. ii blawthornthwayke, M.- P. 
P., w ill address a meeting at the Sol- 
diers' & SallorB' Home, Bsquimtut, an 
Friday evening arf s o'clock Clues- 
Mans and dlsfcuseloji a?? Invited. 

, Thanks for Pamphlet 

v . ommunii atlon bas , "->-' [ vet1 

from the Becretary of tin-- iiustrlan- 
HungaTlan Ertfiratldn acknowledging 
with the thanks ol the arabass idor to 
,,,,. i - , , 1 1 <••( Btatea, the becelpl ol a cogs 
,,!■ th< beautiful e action o© mm , ol 
*Fiali Game pf British Co/umbl i 



Tli a pi.ssui.- in abnormally high ove r i 

British' < !blutnbla an3 a Fo<K i > nei ofT i 

tUe i lallfornia eoasl tdghl sho-^rei s' at 
i/in» ,s,,h is i in- onij i"* clpltal i"n i ': i 
pm-ii-.i today west of thi Rookies and 
iint- weather has prevaMed in all iiis- 
irh-is wiiii Ijlgli temperatures In Call 
I'oi urn i- aching hi- in Ri d Bluff. In 
llii i-i .i mi,- pro* Incei tfti dp isure Is al 
s-i high, r.i in .h.-i fallen |h soul tiei h 
Haakatolie* an n nd the v- • h i hei has I i sii 
■ iiii-i'i> ran and oool. 



Ti:Mn:i: 



ATI i:i; 

.Min 



Boys Create Trouble 
A gang ol boj a has be 



r, i dent 
Jubllei 



, , i a l si i c i> i ii g 

th rteigl 

i in in,! ol .in' 'iin .i i <''!' ie. '"ii. 

,,!. ,, ( ,. i, , v ., ,-u oa id< to the i'"'- 1 ; ' 

authorities a round up ol tn< 

,,,111,1 u! disturb* rs "" '" '"' "■""' ' "' 
i, ; - thei discohtihw theli pranlu 



i i'i"i i.i. ii c. . 

\ .UH-rTU'.",-! . . ;~T. 

\.'-u w i-ki n 

Iva in I,,,, ps .... 
K.'iiK.-i I ill,- . 

Prince Ri 

A.I tin 

ri.-n.-,., •» 
Oalgary, Aim. . 

Willi ;- Mini.. 

I'l'l I lull. I, I II , 

>';l li I i ., i,. : ,-,., ' 



II 1 



i peri 



I' 



. i I 

i 



I '. ii; i .'i \.--r.- ; 

i ■-. 1 1 .>m ' .", a. in. i I '.- , I'ic 

TTme) TI 

vi, torie and \ lei nit; tfortherlj tfl 

utterly winds, & fair with riot 

afurther addition of 80 mote s.'wma inueii change in temperature. 



Again Increasing. 

i! , ,,,,:. i u .. n dnth i ago • h < i — 'tM^ *= — 
. ,., |; , , | „ , -,, , ,,- -i i addlllUB'to 
u „ ir ,, _uf.- a machine room 6" 

ri i,y~90 ii. The? are now maKtng 




Order Your Preserving 
Peaches Now, per 
V/Tciie • • • • ...•. ■_«••••« • • 

\\"e arc doin§ a iriim-uuun- business in Preserving 
and good reason i Eor the) are all i.t r^c- 
selected Freestone Peache s of hiul u-st qualit 
crate ..'...<■ 

Leard's Chicken, per tin 

Australian Chicken, per tin. large 

King Oscar Sardines. 2 tins fj *t . . . 

Horse Shoe Salmon.^ _* nn> for ' . .777". : .7. 

, Kippered Herring;" - -' tins lor .. ......!.... 

Veal or Ham Loaf, ncr tin 

Deviled Ham, 3 tins . .'. . . 

Genuine French Peas, _' for . . . . . . . 



machines to their plant t" make thi 
Hig' Horn brand uf shins ami 
alls. 



A SPECIAL 
DISPLAY 

\\ c arc B.hi '\\ ni^ in our 
■ \\ c- 1 Window 

BLOUSES \ 

CORSETS 

SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 

SHOPPING BAGS 

BELTS, UNDERWEAR 

\ ml varii 'ii.- ' 'i her liwes, all 

1 'i w lui'li w e .or ■ ii letting a : 

45c Each 



Cprne ant] >elect 
ihc bargains. 



IC "I 



GJ. Richardson & Co. 

Victoria Moun 636 Yates St. 



3 




Preciol Stones 



1 



W hen purchasTng gel 
qualil 5 i- remembered 1" 

( iin- 48 \ ears' expert 
sti '*.• k ni gems stands al< ' '" 

GOmparisott with othj 
a? an j and '■ >~^ er' than mi 



[i rs i essential i? qualit) . f" 1 
j ii,, j,i':- e is i 11 j 'tt< n 
sufficieni guarantee tnat' 1 avr 
absi itute sup'eriorit) . 

. es that "in i" t« ai e ;i-- tow 



RHDFEI& SONS 



1009 Govern,rnent Street 




Victoria, B.C. 



Beac 
81 



ufly 

ir, 

.40c 
.30c 

.a§c, 

•35C 
25c 

-25c 
25c 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 



Corner l-'cri ami ! >oueflas 



Phone 17X 



liinvn- Mainland Ught to moderatfi 

win. ■ 1 ii.'.l nun Ii 

• in tempi 

Balance "of Party Arrive WKOX1 1SI 1 V V 

. . . , , ,. s , .... ,.,| .1 lltfll^.M ' " 

a telegram ww» yeatejrdaj ceceHed *j^ 
by the lands department, worn i«ev 

W. W. 1: a, in charge of the deias 



uiTleld forces ol U" Buttle la* 
plc.raCton party, announcing o»< 

rival .'t that party- at Camp'"-" 
l- [a , tpe. ted that ftev, M'. Bolton 
: , ni) : . latej "in reach Vlcl " la 

thitf evening. 



Provincial Police Changes 
Changes In the .provincial police 



.Mrnn ri 

Sunshine »13 ho 



wkkki.v \vi:A'nn:u S"\ m-i'.-is 

\|. I. -rnloKii. 

1 i t« Vt I'M". 

-" i.i Ki ,-i.l aun 

minutes: h Unheal temi JO on l*th 

j::i-,i: traee of rain, 



\ an, "in i-i-- Hr I grill sunn 

„.;;;: ".*,:',•.; »r« samTT ,,,,.,-s, ,..„„.,.,n,,.. n-„„ •---»- 

■ ,i. u is i.k.-iy that Proyteclal Con- "" : '•"" ■"' 



stable C ■ ■• ,;i1 r*** 1 ™ ,,:,st 

iiU,tl.'Hi.l at K>uuimi!t. Will !>■' »0 

t. A I- fi 1 hTS 1-lai'- at tin- 



tioval vUtagre "in he taken by Con- 
.-t.il.i, Docksti ■■!' r. who is at .pre* 
si,-ni,iii.-.i al the headquarters »fl 

■ 



THE MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for ; Bamboo Blind, 
tx$. $1.^5. and 6x7 7oc. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Form Sea Patrols. 
The lab rtuktng te 1 Ue Poy 

Si .hi! •:•>••■> '■m-Mit bs the orps 

of a sea patrol In. 
h ,,.n.i..m\. Eacn lu.mi'any -wtH 
be etrotpped with t * • - - necessary In- 
s'tructions as soon as powible, w 
. the vMnii of getting together 
boats for thorn to practl 

"irrt'ssing very favorable. 1 
[movomehl was strongly ur 
j the Boj - wouts of Victoria al . th»- 

ting here -with ,< 

. Sir Robert Baden Powell, • 

Making Law Plainer 

' Wlih. th.- iiiiji'.-i oT 5a ■ ■ arlJ , ' , ' : - 
Lhnlng the m e a nl ng.- i .if t-hr> t aejjfc^ 



Ke-a WrstiniiiiM- 

till'.. SO OU I !« t i . ; li,v -;i ".:i'U'. rain 

43 Inch. 

Kamloops 1. bur*; 

-1 i,.|iiti.-rani I I Ml, 

41 ,.11 . ";.-.| i.iiu'.Oi in- 

BarkervllU Prjaee Rup«rt, Atlin and 

■ us incompl' 
Barkertdne - 1 re ,6S 

• hi I'Mli: |. tat toil 

I. -42' Incite*. 

I"! Ini . Kiiliiri ; 1. . b Ii ia-fUl'1- OS 

on 18th; l<i\\i-st 1: on r.;r.:. i.im 1.3* 
Ixjclu -. I ■ ' 

Atiin IlkiM's- .t'-iiip' liiiiu.. ■■-! on 17: 
lowest is on -pud; rain •"> Inch, 



Office Stools 

and 

Chairs 

of steej, absolutely Indtsi 
table!, .ii-n in mission and 
plain m upholstered. 

AH Sizea ana Sliape*. 

BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

721 Yates St. Phone 730 




Complete with Dunlop 
and 1 



WHILE TKLA ST 



1. fool Bag, Pump; Wrench 
1— ready to ride 

- S35.00 






THOSPLIMLEY 

1110 Government h'°" lte Spencer '" Victoria ' B « C 



»••«»«*»••**• 



• • • • * 



♦ 



Since 1847 

j Sina 1847 the mark o f fhe 
world's best sifftr plate 
has been 

"1847 ROGERS BROS'.' 



This name on knives, fork-, 
etc.. is a quide in baying 
and an assurance of v/crih. 

P*'-' les Sffci disht*. waiters, 
etc., am stamped 
„fciMERIDEN BP.iT* CO. 

^■801.11 BV LSAPIMO IlBiM ■ 

JS "SUrr j'hile thai M" 




JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



WhO'CHftle and 
i:etall 



Lumber 

Mil,s __Lumber 

Foot of Lath 

Turner Street Shingles 
Victoria, B.C. | Bill Stuff 

and manufacturers of an klrda of 
Bash. Factory and l'laning Mill 
Goods. 



Thv Purest Always Clean 
T he Safest N o Dusty Cans 



iOTTLED MILK 



I ; rutn the / 

Victoria Creamery & 
Milk Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

finesl Iff -Cream, Cream, 
•Milk, buttermilk and Butter 

Phone 1344 



h danger" as it appears in the pi 
■'••tit Motor and V'ehlcl< Bylaw, 
■ ,ur< will be amended at the 1 
meeting of the city.oounrm. The re- 
cent prosecutions against '' drtt"#ifs ofj 
automobiles wl I 'l with , 

[driving their autoa t" the- eommon j 
1 -.'hingo.r has Indicated that the term I 
Enclently ..xiiliiit. and it Is 
the poliqemean making -(her charge 
1 1 > Interpret the tt-i'iu act 
cording to his owh fancy. The 
aolieitdr has prepared an amended j 
i..ii which h-^ thinks will cover the 
niiit., .' — ■ 




m 



presents j 



VISITORS AND THEIR 
FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS AT 



CONSIDER ASSESSMENTS 

Hon. W. J. Bowttr as Minister of Fi- 
nanoa to Confer with Representa- 
tives of Lumbering Interests 

Arrant ■" made 

I Hon. Mi. Bowser ..in ids capacity uf 
mil. H nance the rci 

jsentatlve lumbermed i»f this province, 
I more especially thqse of Vam 
[slarnl ..in this city on thn i*>ih H 
ternber, ibject for r 

mk the question of i»'iits, in 

u'-hl'-h considerable, disss 
faction has been — tx^r-cis-sr-il by th» 
representative men hf the trade Th* j 
meeting r»n the 6th will-tM- In i-- n 
ture of a cgilference nith a- 
adjustment ...r. tlmix-i' 
[upon a basis satisfactory to th<- t»rov.- ] 
tnve and to the Interested, industry. 



Latest Importations Frrrr. China 

Ljidlen' nnU Genl»' silk uAdornear. 
»ort v.urm. neat and light;- 'xentft py- 
jamaa In lioautifui stripped silk. Tli« 
Tieweat slylea of beautiful enioroldered 
• ilk tcimonaa Nothing more bcaujlfut. 
The lo\«lleat mUk embroidered <lo> ll«« 
. . er uliou 11. 

QUO NO Man rtlWO ft: CO. 

p. o. Box *8. i7ia Qorarnment St. 



HOTEL 

STEWA RT 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis 
European Plan $1.50 a day up 
American Plan' S3. 00 a day. up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
Furnished at a cost of $2QQ,C00. 
Every comfort and convenience. 
A high class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre and retail .district. Ofl 
lines transferring to a!l parts of 
city. Omnibus met ts all trams and 
steamers, Elaborih bookl et Wi th 
splendid map of San I- o'free 

on request . 

HOTEL STEWART 




All appreciate a good cup "i 
tea. pure iff cream, and ap- 
petizing lUUfllf'T.s. 

CLAY'S 



619 Fort Street. 



WILL BUILD ROAD 

Minister of Public Works Orders Con- 
struction of Hoad from South 
Vancouver to Findlay Creek 



A 

Lai^e : 
Assort- j j 

■^-«> ment ; 
To Choose From 



FOR 
SALE 

Semi-Business 
• Properties 
Close4ti 



♦ 



] emporai y Quers, 1209 \\\ an chard St. 

NEXT TO NEW b|iNG UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

RTadirig and Game : s-Hot and Cold-Shower Baths- 
Men's and Boy's S er Camps-Summer Membership 
. eper month 



Ou $l(U>()0-r 



Vio«' Stroet .jiropei 
threcHitori' ' If 



MOORE & W 






M 



.ti'HK, :t-'.\i 



TINGTON. 865 Yates St. 



H.i.« 



Ami vim won't nlake a mis- 
take, no matter what you 
select from this store, Your 
C.il't will he singled out from 
the rest and w ill 1><* more 
than especially appreciated. 
You'll be satisfied, too. 

You'll kii'ivv vi'ti^ gave 
something worib w.hile — 
and the price wa> right, 
come in and see. We have, 
just that gift ,y"ii afe lookiiig 
for. ■ , 

^verv Present nicely packed 



FORT GEORGE 

LAND 

TIMBER ■ 
In la rtre. 'Areas 




KlUlltl, go W- 



Bolldtuc 

lor Mill Co. 

lamltii Ll»»Ul»y. 
OovarnmeiJ1t-«t_P l O. Box Ml Telephone 5»t 



♦ 



t J ; i»r particulars apply to I 

: , ■- ....: J 



: 
: 





: Instmctluns i ■'■ n Issued b> the 

1 provincial minister of public works ; 
for the immediate construction of ii" 1 ; 
• I. siri'd road to conned « 1th thi 
ft X. r.'iil\\'-i> lit l''lt7,K"rnlirs. and give, 

to the Island trunk road al 
in ar i'iVi.ihiy p'reek. 

The new rqnd Involves :i co.mpi 
■s-tlVeiy minor expenditure, Tu>- 
i„ ,.ii for ■ great part ■ ngth ;ii- ; 

ready rfeWed ahd graded, . it will N 
to completion as quteklj 

'id Will g I'l 

Sooke lake, for whleti prt tty m< 

tajn-set watering plape th.-r. an 

an average ■ "t. 1 *flV« passeng< rs 

■{■ daily bj the Caiwell and' Gray stat 
LTltltnately II 'is propbaed that? tin 

iTbad siuiil be, extended to a connection 
:.i the .Mill Bay highway, which will] 
doubt - -"lit in Books take 

enclng a boot*? - 1 

li;il tmint. - . •- 



in a special Wedding Box. 

W. H. Wilkerson 

. The Jewel, r 
gi 5 GOVERNMENT ST. 
Tel. !<*/• 



Ernest Brammer \ 

t 
( tfficc '»44 Kort Street t 



Don't Th;w 

Away Y<Jr 

Mone 



BY BUYING Ti ) C 

AR"! LE 



EJ 



y ii ,11 It 
bene lit l>\ ' 

Wc ■ - 



,- an 







Gazzc; Bicd 



; i iembbR 

i/m' MAMB 

^■ s —s s—sj 



OJhen buying your Pidno 
insist on having an 

OTTO H 

Ptar\o Actiorx 



Excursions imon i Qui* 

1 I II ■ " 

, ..ii,-,i in anj part-of th 
ft 8. trai 

i i • .mi 

loiiio.ii"' 



We Use Shur-on's 
and Torie Lenses 



J. H. LePAGE 

Optometrist and Optician 

P. 0. Box 225 
(iovernment St. Victoria 



'.i i i in-] 

, i , i , , - 1 1 - ■ 1 1« .'ii 



Th(> Canadian Who's Who, published 
hv tin' London Times, on sale at V 

toria Book &■ Stationery Co.. Limited. • 

i — i !*• — 'ri ' 

i niit in s goad ' while pro mo— 
Th<- Amalgamated Eh 

yelopment Company !';<« <i -so. 

♦- — 

Mr, Charles Bethune's SuccesBor. 

Mr. t'liiil Edmonds, ii.n Items \ ocal- 
\m\ .-iii.i professor ot singing, lot 
principal London concerts, Gloucester 

I I ■ BJSlnl I '.I ili«li Tour I In-'', 

etc,)" ha 

end tgi tin - : 

\\ aiti 'n Piano Stot •■. > ;•» St. 

I I i • ded Vf'r, Bel hune 

, is discontinuing hi* work In \ 

■ ■ la, i * 

♦ - , - 

a proof of go 
, ,,,, mated I >e\ elopmi Hi > o.uipan 
,;,!,-. , ■ -i dollars to 

i,-, . rll iiih- Instltut Ion to ■ • 
. i ,,i i,y the represental Ives ths 

thre< m rs who 

- hi pomp wells at the ft Italia 

.; aono re hot 

men! .... 

i . .... , ■ , 1 1 ■ • 1 1 The report ol tlie r lu 

,-. Itnesw ■ ■ mining 

it,, pil u slls ars I I I a, cepre 
I senti ii. 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Something new and from 
,t good recipe in fact a 
guaranteed recipe. Uur 

Dry Hopper Food 

Ask your neighbor ab 



Have You 1 rird 

GURINA? 

V...1 ii never be I win, any 

otl i Lotion after s on -i-i 

try it. II I." ma<|.--ri,.i 

ii.- formula, fron ,,i,i ■ 

purest materials. 

Keeps the Skin Soft and 

Clear 

mas ■'■■< ii'ini t 

and voIm t> . At this' store ol 

25c (iii'l 50c bottle. 



Made , u - 

C. v, ■' 

ateher g»-;i'. 
at .. . 

/>. rail 

same «i 

'lii'.-iK..s nt SI 
Will fit ' 



Harris & 



Brass Goods 



Lukenheimer Valves, all 
sizes in stock 

Brass Tubing arid Bar 
Brass 

PACKING 

A large assort m e n t , ftL.-aiLiaagJL 
n-ig brands in stock 



Victoria Machinery Depot 



Bay Street 




HALL'S DRUG STORE 



it. lie haa hean 

yiiu iK.ve not. - 



of 



Telephone 201. 
ir ^" ■ 1 1 '^x :unl Dougliis 






Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 



tuQii 



[The Late King Edward's Horse in 
Pictures 

■| a i the i Uuna ho . thi ti m lay and 

i ti •m.iri'iw t her, will l ii- si i pi, . 

re, of the late -K I iorse 

Inning the ' ■ ■ rby in Kngle 

i An..] also a pii tin-,- ,ii a football mat K 

between England and Scotland, 




ol W 



--■-.5'.. 



h-o 



*MJtyft 



Ifita-Ei 



u 



V 



hat 



City Livery Board and Sale Stables 



l« )II.\S( ).\' STREET 



ic iii. » — i modern and sai 

mil exchai 



stable in tin. 



44-4- 



hllll^lll. S'H' 



Higl 



■r\ ,iih1 



Special' attention 
OPEN 



$ao per monl h. 



\i 



IGHT 

Office of G.Tv. RICHARDS. Veterinarian 



REPAIRS! 



We Look Up the Troub'e 

;,l,.| :-, in.- I 

<;,-l\«. S nl'd i • ' 

.Intl..'. 

Prompt it s in Plumbing 

. . i '' 

il I'l'l'll"! 1 V. 

| ,,1.1. 1 .1- U- 

yoU u;,l 

Jin, If- I'" ,-'! '" 

i a do. ' 

The Coibiri Plumbing. & Heating "o. Ld 

.:.. Broughtoft"*^r'** t -i:lione,5fia , 

i - . ... ■ 1 i 

: , steeljrtanges and 

Heating 3tov< - rke & P 

'M.i Wbarl Street, near 3ontt»on 

i • II .. V>,-l..| (a 



Smoke 

effect upon 

Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fumes around smelting 
..ants, ca' up a metal root m 
short order, and very few other 
material* can withstand the at- 
tack Malthoid Roofing docs 
the hu'siness. Engineers and 
-owners of property . in districts 
atL-etcd by these fumes/will save 
money by looking carefully- jmo 
the merits of Mahhoid. 



or tip 



Agent 



Write 

R. ANGUS 

Wharf St., Victori 



■ii*;n ol 



We Make a 
Specialty 



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mill i,, 

irla Bo v 

, od, agents, 



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• lay. 



C. H. Tite & Co. 






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Thursday, Au 



gust, 25, 1 





GOOD WHIMAKES YOU 
WELL M YOU'RE 



There are few remedie to keep in the house as a 
bottle oi good Whisky. ];,■ who do not drink it as a 
rule acknowledge its great] value. |n caie of illness 
or accident it should alwav on hand. 

Vou will find the best ;,,.>' remedies <>i this kind 
at this store. People w, good whisky from had 
whisky and want the goodpeople who have built up 
our large liqut >r business. 



AMUSEMENTS 



alts when it ones cuu«. 
Toni K ht Huron TV. Hl> ■ « I *.- n will pW 
suit "Father and tUfl Boyft" th&t 1» 

I without exception, George Ado's olev- 

vrewl and funniest „ comedy, wlm-h 

l means that proaucedi as it Is by a 
' thoroughly competent company "> 

conjunction with a magnificent .sonic 
I aettihg it will be. more than welcome 

to the theatre going public oi v k- 



M.je.tic Theatre, 

A .n,,iy t: t; i -— 

programme will be alv '* > Thursday, 

,,,,,„. »#y and ' 

f'GampHug *' ll , n , D wt tb the French 



'"""• 1l ? ,,B 1 , :\Cir'r •..■•«,'... -a here, 

bllnir mania la WBU rep .. 

i?4 T iff ffiSSS. & .'„., 

." acli ot J.ltfiu -I""" ./,-!,,„■ u , har- 
of scientific B|ntlome ^ ; ng to ?ar 

mooiae female. *J K6 ^ ,,., ult 

matr xnqnW " hll «; " *, srl ,„us< who 



lim i wife, Seattle; W »■ " u «" n 

York; Gertn de Kn»»t. «*»«*>•£;. Ml : ( M , I 
„ IMl r. Williams. .England:; Mrj-J mh 



WHEN YOU MARRY 



and i&ri housekeeping almost- 
the flr*t thing to consider Is the 
Booking apparatus.. One we can 
W ell' r-eOOromehd is Moffat's 



-ffl 



1 1 



The Best and Largest SlQood Cheer." All the 

Reliable Brands Priced ,,- Purchasers. Pho-' 

Your Order. Priiivery Assured 



ne 



CAPITAL CIW1NE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Doveet 



Cor. Johnson 



Open 8 a. m p 



m. 



Cotton 

Crepe 

Kimonas 

The Negligee Apparel that 
every lady needs — ,' 

Regular price, $1.25. 
Summer end price . . 75^ 





Regular price, $1.50, 
Summer end price $1.00 

Regular pilce, $2.50, 
Summer end price-^1.50 

AUTO VLS 

Special line in arhnew shades, fced t#?rr. , . .75<- 

MANDARIN )ATS, 

We are displaying a beautiful ortment in Silk, 
hand-embroidered and lined witlk. These are 
weights for winter wear. 




510 Cormorant street 



losite E. &- N. Depot 



Red Jacket ir s — Fix " 

Fore and Lift 

limps 




■ 



Special Sale 



Prices 



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Mr VERNE. LAYTON 
.'- r d ,1,. with Mr Huron '•• Blyden & Co. 

AP ^bV?ihf S ?S33 ir Victoria Theatre, T^ight ;• , 



aid. without -xa^ 

ipp i»oach htm >» 

hS tntW **» lum ' u11 

Th^Father an.l th- • J'.->s" Witt, i 
ttnu- Jor the 
with a .. ' ir,Ui>- 



Mr. and Mrs 
• ui4« Seymour, 
Seymour, ftr&acquver; M'*" 

, 1- ic H ,11 and Wire, > v '" 

Vancouver E. ■'■ ll,u ", . ,,. mm 
nipoK 1. t. Button, Winnipeg; F w 

1 vii ■« Wni and Mrs, K 

,,,,,, vano.uv.u-, M I 8. \\rn .an 

Karr.ii .Vancouver; F. w. B« •. 
erham, « Mr, and »rn. J. • Wto 

« rv - R S Coxori, Vancouver C. H. 
■Serhet, V "~«:»;*SS JS 

t-i^ ,,r,,l Mrs 1'. ■' ■ Himiri. >'"' 

opuver m, "i m„. A,,Kav : Bnglana; 
Mr and Wrf. ft P- ^o^ar. BPrtbttl^. 

At The Ki»8- BdwarA 

i w van Norman. Goldstream; Pv «-• , 

,..,,.| v p rt Town»eno; *•■ ' • }"■ 
' ,ul>l ,- i Bittencouxt, SaanleU 

KSSaws&R as ss 

BpokaneiA. c. Deipiofc id. • • ■ M 
. >>• I- vruiiTson Vancouver, j. - m - 

Arnold Vanoouver; t-. i j - mK " '-., .. 

A " ' ' |, . ,„d„ rty, v jQUver;; O. 

couver o. a. i »■ ... ,,.,,,, 

u- Lcton Vanoouver; Mrs. <>• w - A 

w. A w.n Vancouver; V7«n. 

Vancouvr, M. I- '"'• M ,. K . Wm 

,,,,,.,,. Uvlngaton. W*. ■ . , 

U»oke, UvtaWj >'< ■',;,,,,.., , 

' ■' ' \ E nail Van 

, ,1.1.1, id Baanich ^ ' »"• 
A ,,;. Kemp PittisbuTg, P». 

At tbe Dominion 

Hi v H. Pr^er. jMCOUver^^ 

W K > llvC [.- M ,' Shav,: Wlnnl- 

nun', and' family. 

." x"m " m. v ;-;- 

Miss C. v < ;"»!'«" • (ivvnt . v saanich; 
Marsli, Nanatn.o. JnO. OOVin X. 

a. ^ Be * yu »- V: ; u K , "u:;.n.o.'.'t,.ko,a; 

ler, vaneouver: J. »- « ■ v 

j S. John, l'^Kota. B. B. I 

,ii.- o Bmith, Vanoouver; 
UnI1 , ScoUandj W. C. ■ mi . Van( ,, m _ 

\n«r>r. Vancouver, '■■ 
,,,,. Mr >i croud, r and WW «^- 
a Morrison. Illinois; A. "»- 
I Mra s. a. «■ >• Graham, 

,',t ■•- 

W V.'.sa... Wall. 
Wife, stdncy; 8. W> *" sRSkalls 

•'• "'• ''^''T'!!! : lir S. .,-n- 

Ha.wln-d an; , ,,„„„„, W. 

nig and NelUe ' ".,, t.avid OlierT Btiv- 
' , ,;„ ! Tucoma; Wn,, 
*"■ ll - ; V;.-, '• Vo n Madame Wa! 

;! nd^n N "v,!: 
„uHnK Vancouver; »; Untor, 



CANADA 
RANGE 



.\ spin, did COoket and baker. 

Prices *«" to l«s. Come In. A 

1P ,,. a!<m , : for us i" waii up Its 
good point 




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DRAKE HARDWARE CO. , 

*^* x _ f Cor. Government Street 



608 Yates Street 



GoodBuys,Every 
One of Them- 

xoT ,•!.- \\, ESTATE, bu1 -nn, thing you can cat 
aj a ,,,.,,,. vim c;ih aifor.l to J^Jf. Tl 'y ■ 

COPAS & YOUNG 






The Grocers of THE PEOPLE 



..,.35c 
....25* 



- Vancouver: k. "■'-,"■ ' M -„ rr)fSt .v. Moo- 

TO ACCOMPANY CHILDREN II;^^;^^.^.;-,-^ 



Ptrntages Theatre. 



. Jenkins of This City to 'Have 
Charge of Deaf and Dumb On 
Journty East 

~~S — "IE - 

• mdent ■* 
■ 
Manftbtta l 






"?..•!?« ££' nature re '^'» hi ^ v< 



Se Fit^itninons-l anK itght 



of the- 1 »**:«! anq i^"«*'w. "',.'?,"« 
ti»h Columbia's uftli.te.l cluLlron hu,\e 

.i, «n- 

nourtcea that: ( • 

• U ' >'« ar 

, iimuuiv the 



. iu- i,„,k- Dlace at Hydney. 

!'r.,n \ro Saing «*>H 
r. ■ .k,,, mg , mpa „ y the 

alnmons' last v Alu [ 

"fa,, which with tnav .os 

fu fiKht ho nia.d.. . befor . an uitu ,,„. tB charge oi the chil- 

UnoeK out in th.twHfth , ft e „ wh** tlw W«« 

Sakei the i Khibltlon , While we had an o1 -see 



I interest, 

New Grand Theatre. 



Alien tliey rciurii »u. M c 

While we had an offloer to see 

them homo this spring, we have unfor- 

Snaterj nobody that we cm l.l .spare 

in this fall. We 

; ,-n. n as a favor U your 

government would arraagi to have 

.- ««.. .viutvi on their re- 



iiu ..«■-.. ■ 

.•,v,k.- PI Jones. Seattle 
slave. I,r " mh , Lre ' ;,, ,p- p ioilv, Nev> 
Mrs. Macken.le^ ■J^^f'^ !"W 

At The Balmoral Hotel, , 

xvill.ral.am Taylor, Mr. Orcher 
, irank 1x Leather. M. Har- 

W. Taylor. I ranK t. „ nlon . Miss 

ding rtniayson, E. M. ui gmun. 

Sullivan. Seattle 

At the Victoria: 

.^ng^ShS^r.^ndMr.C. 

'^r'Tonrs^ewar^j" Woods and 
- ire - Vancouver: N. McUeod. SeattL, 



\1C1<: SHAPES, per large basket ...... • 

ANTI-COMBmE JELLY POWDER,, 

4 packets for • • " ' ' " ' 

ri-UNKl.IVS PURE MALT \!.\EGAR, , 

Lar-e (|tuirt bottle • • ■ ;— -■'•■ ' * "'TTl 

HKK WHITE CASTIEE SOAP, long bar 2^ 
1M"ri.l-V-SWpSETEA 4 lb..for ■„.;... *1.0U 
iNDEPENDENT CREAMERV BETTER, ^ ^ 

F lS^a R VA-DAikv^TTER; P ;;ib.^ 

FRESH EASTERN EGGS, psrJozen . .... -^ 
LUNCH SAUSAGE, very mcv, per tm '—•"■•£* 
SCHRAM'S FRUIT JARS, ,»ms. .,.« dozen 65^ 

' Halt" gallons, per dozen . . ..... • • •;•■•. ^ ". 

CANADA I'l RST CREAM, large 2 c-oz. can ..10c 

N 1 CE.LOCAL PLUMS, crate of 4 baskets .... St>C 

Fresh Fruits and \-e S etat.les „l all kinds. 

CopaT¥^oung 

THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 
. Corner-Fort' and Broad Streets 
Phone, 94 arSii. Quick Delivery Phones 94 and 95 



\nuumriaamrA 



I " • 

rer i,t»j \,tlnir unon Dr. .McDermld's request, 

Anotl, ""/"^.^"""Tnd ' .Nation di,.,^n.,a,. ££ 

..,„,, 1 ■ Kpnlns out t ft Mrfc . I( . ;iklns to 

SSS of the iirmsi, .;,- 

than '• , ^ V v, :\, ■:,,, ,1... Uim .,da ptopUs en rou -anuoba 

tnu anu ^^ v . f 



, ,,,,„ ,,1 , M m 1D1 ism, 

S aTd^een^ 
me^lchi..^ 

us. both, and ' rge 



turn da pnpus en rouu- .>■■ ." -■---■ 

and she Will be lea> ,- ^tth 

then h8 «t h ! ,'" 

>n\ y 

wing morning. 



rseV ; .1. Mcintosh. Jersey; H. Fln» 

. o. Klnmore. Jersey, 

At The Brunswiok. 

T N.viUe. Holland. J. A. Weldel 

,, ^ I'n.lason, Ottawa: L>. 

Vl, " , ;" ,n ,"<.u t .e : brown. Taeoma; 
1 ghort, Beatiie,. ■>■ «„'trhen 

BteDhen 1 r *'^JLJ£ 

„,. m.I. Jonea Vancouver. I. i. 

Zlngi VnlH-ou 



TIMBER LIMITS SOLD OBITUARY NOTICES 



^ Ninety-Three Sections Purchassd by 
h " 1 , "'.t, , Capitalists. for Nearly. Half a. 

I dancing »« w«n u P Mi ,| ion Dolars 

1 



rmed. 



The Hicnan Tye Hard- 
ware C(\)any, Limited 

Victoria, '^B; 



I On our e 



>CK n 



■ H" 



trc , F.rass- 



ware, Table ( Jover 



£ In ! I . ml i '..!•■ Cai l 
v'liiii^wait-. Doylies, tfe aaa&^antl \\ ai ■■ \t;-, rials. 




the steamer 

tupert which ri 
last night, ot; the punsba 

, the N 

I. Canadian - A , n ;, 

I iiam Oambl 

1 4a o fi SUthet 

The. i" 11 '' has e . rs H 

... 1 1 1 ., * -i i -. i 



HardinQ- 
New. ha. been received (£«£«$ 

SfvAUfc l" ' Deceased was 

|&0« this c, 
known h< j 

Sweeney. 
i '.,- ttio late William 

1 '" <ra ,-V.!...., , I -■olertakinK 



^imalt_&Ja^MjaJlwaYjr^, 

'cleared lands : 

The Cleared -Lots at Qualicu m ■R.fia . ch. 
Newcastle District; are now on the mar- 
ket inrtmcts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans_and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent. Victoria, or L. E.Alhn, 
Local Agent,. Parksville. 






Lee Dye & Company 



Double Disc Records 



I , , ■ , | ,u]> ami i in 

, , Many ttl ' 

among 

■ n We will I 

t , i ha ■ ; ' ' ' ! ; ; ' ; ' ■ ' 

' ili. m | i ■ ' 

\ ou 

welcome. 






men will be g"iv. n emplo In the 

loirsltt 
TH, ' luired In the 

north a.. 

who wetit 

co.be round 

h, north. Columbia. rhe 

timber < 

larch and vv< <t< rn pine. H ' 

.lar Is 

,f the hit l' 1 ". 

una 
eet without 
nlsii or a limb and the trt 

,i,, the trunk up. 
,, have been measured 

h:,., been found '1 I ' I" clr- 

il the Btump and stand- 
i ng do feel without ,a limb. 
The spruce is • high j 

mils well, it Is verj tall and, 
,.' rnnhltiR SO und I '!'»• 

ibs and in ' ln * 

remarkable height »\ I 

braiVoh or blemlBh. , 
1;n . r i, | mtlful wood and 

i • very ' tall and clear,' run an 

I to the first limb, 



,,,.;„ n occurred laat ja»^ w tt * 

,i w ,rk Polnl Marracks- oi-.l-.dwln 
1 V" i I ,•.■,.«■■ the Ihfanl ioo of, 

,l V , ' Ruxton The rhllH 

side. . 






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, nun 



per 



qormorant St, nnd 707 Fort St. 



\ gi to Fire Hi! 



Fletcher Bros. 

1 ' 

1231 Government Street 



Western pine is much 

and tands wHl ■ 
. three feel :| . rose the stump 
j to the limbs with but 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 

. ■ , .1 

at tlto Empress: 



Mi 

I. ■ x 'i", a 

' if ■ 



. Tierney. 
The funeral vt£» »g J '• g| 

i ^r n his cdtv. las, evenly took 
, Ustordav morning.- .at 8:4» 

"'; 1 :; 1 ,-.' i U ", 'I- Roman Cath; 

tAh '' : T'^ ser^eei both at the 

'■'.'■ ,,, "r l, 1 ' ,, • th, Vravosido. ■ * >»«« 
c %S-* B o1 tri. is atlende.l thi 

"" U1 \vl th oMiliod tO the Vst.-oiu 

•f-riiiR- num.-. 

,, °7 ,, i 1 ,. l , f- T Those w ho ■ offlnl. , 1 
■'"'•J j . •! « wore: Mossrs. Kilzpat- 
l *F fffi Banttey, O'^eawr, Han- 

„t K an and Sl-vat. 

Maylett 

death oecurwid ye.i : Mt., 

... of Saul 

. I avenu 

■' 1 n 111 for some 



iriri.'vc--'* 

chapel. Rev, Herman A. < ar^.n on 
elating. 

Marshall 
T wo deaths in the family M .J|r. 
jihn Marshall, oi Ca*e: road, 1 s< " r.d 
,, 1;1% , Reginald John, aged 6 
„hs. and Denis Edmund. ,,ae • 

hl ' s „„, ...;--'-. i .'- :i > 11 .. o !i 

,>. ehild 
hospital. Hi- ''r" ' ; | 

-^'''r^fdHin -,:.:. 

TOa,M •? 'to the Hanna undertak- 

IX'par., f,mv ,d,r- the double 
gfc55l5ili take place at I P.m. to-, 

"rV|urrant ,. 
,,,„. fuoerai. of .-luirii-^. th . l«. 

^^--:y:t,it^nMn:.fa-nnvr r l- 
, - i i.-ront street, where the Rev, 

';r's;iot , ::':v 1 ,-,od ... ,„. 7r 

Bay cemetery, i h- >• w» , ...,,„.. 

"' n , trlends pr«#ent, and man} 

placed on 

the • ' 



Ke\ T \V. Gladstone., previous «o. xn« 
...mians being taken to the train, . 

Cameron 

The remains uf Donald 

,'rr..i in no«s nay ceme 

■ m jubilee hospital - 
„ a well-known Da* 
miner and .was horn fin year, ago 
Ontario Service was ucted . in 

" "ha,,. ...th.- B. .C. Funeral Fujn- 
IM.ng Co., Governmeni s treat., by the 
Rev. W. l.. Clay, who also offlulau <» 
n « graveside. 



The 

.oiiisa 



KUlper, Nf 

Solll ■ 



';■'"'• 

tmbus; 



j; j 



She nan> 

I 



I had 

my y I 

i ilio B. 



Jamieson. v 
Tho ..mains Of Marion Jam 

V,!"." mi" 

Westwood 

Th^ remain- ' .. 

"inn. V 
iatoo by tto 



Horticulture" Board in Session 
' Tho Provincial Board of ll'orticul- 
ture has now. been In session two en- 
,,,.„ day. at tho.dopartmcnt ot ae.n- 
gfwS the bu.lne.aa. yet 
,„;,.,, altogether formal and in the 

,n' routine. A not I,' * .»™ 

beheld todav, When it is expeete, t 

.,„ loo, will ta*e pi i 
o nil the Pia>- UPOfl the board 
-,,y tht ■ much regretted 
i dn Pete* BlHatotu 

Mr. Tate Meets Attorney General 
M,. t.-.M-.v Tare, solicitor for the 
Grand Trual : 
; "sever,! extended co 
terday with i i' 1 ''' 1 """';'" . AI_ 

torney General Boy 
, ■ 

being, the 

,.,■, when a part 

. 
■will I -: ' • 



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VjgCTQRIA DAII 



A COLONIS 



Th'uraday, August 25, 19fQ 




EXCLUSIVE.DISPLAY OF 

Electroliers 






While we arc clainved to hue the best ex 
bjbitors of ElectroJiers^ we do'not hesitate 
In stating that neyer hexore have we gath 
civil together such a magnificent stock as 
w e have now. 

Further details to follow. 



Hint on Electric Co. 

LIMITED 




In Woman's 



HERE AND THERE 



Th, 



sympathy of nil mothers In 

Victoria will g<> out to Mr. ami Mrs. 

Weetwood, the parents In NanqJmo, so 
.s;i(ii> bereaved oi their little daughter, 
flrD.wned on 'Tueads.j at iBeacou inn 
and in the relatives here So Sad a 
fatality hai aefdorh happened in this 
i Its v\ lure t in- beach Is, on everj 
aummer < I a -. , ci 6v ded -w it h children 
of ill .iK<'s and slzea, tU such a time 
ili words .i \ "II to eorafoi i. 




If You Wish to Get a Good 

Automobile for Less 

Than Half Price 

YpU had better drop in ami 1 < >< > k over llir mam bar- 
gains W€ have to offer in second hand machine, all. 
of which are in good running ofrler. 

We Wish i" dnM particular attention that this is 
about the only time 6i the year in which you are able 
to get such bargains, We will be pleased to show 
them to you. . 

Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

R. P. CLARK, M-r. 
Phone')')-. Broad Street, f 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA, B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 



At g 130 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders.' 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES' AT McGILL AND R.M.C. ' 

WARDEN: 

Rev. W. \V. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: 

R. V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Un:.\, 

, assisted by a.residcnt staff of University Men . 

For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



'i here (a b proposal In ln < ' wted 
States tp encourage young writers ol 
promise bj scholarship-. - ,| " 1 i" '•■' ■• 
.Mr. Upton Sinclair La the strongeaj 
advocati --I H"' plan. 1 le pdihli oul 
thai iu.iiij gj eal authors were men of | , 
means, that .others received pensionaji 
ami ! ii.it men of genius have suffered 
much and even died from want He 
believes l bat If, In futu r< . pro> lsl< »n 
« ere made tor literal*) men .who pro- 
i vi "i ks ol original!! •• and worth 



istir envtronmehi than thai ,>r the eie- 
11. <ui. 11. > school. They are gr.ipt by-a 
1 1 u spirit ol energy ami independent e 
which demands either the larger lib- 
erty of Ui«- iiiKli school or the bbljga- 
timiM of business. Even the' b.esl oi 
children arc restless and unsult'ed Inj 
1 h>- olementarj 1 chpo] a 1 1 ar fourteen 
Wit h a wonder! uj uniformlt} 1 he 
average age of leaving school ranges 
'i fourteen t" fifteen all i>v<-i the 

'■ y ntry. This is inn- whether 'In 

i.a ■ ,- graduated or hot; whether 1 bej 
an- nai i\ c- iiiii'n 01 foreign-born, whlti 
1 ir black, w in 1 her the course of stud • 
i •• easj or hard, nr t-\ ni whether the 

| teachers and teaching equipment are 
gi od or .bad . . • . . 
■ 'I'll- 1 11 m 1 bins thai vye need, then, ' 

I hi a cotnpUlsi >r - a 1 inula m e la w , u Ith- | 
1 'jokers "i exc< ptldna, « hii i> sliall 
Hiirr 1 iniiir. 11 1,1 begin Bchoj 'i al 1 
"i- seven ■ ami stu • le it hool Eei eighi 
- ' a rs. 



ii d.< ies n"t need ■> Bpecia list in tell 
us 11 1 gii 1, children learn moi • slow- ■' 



iih world would be greail} the gainei 1 than those who are wall. The pooj 
All authors are nel agreed as to the child who has defective hi irlng ad 
merits of this plan .Ma ny ss ) 1 Bat it 
is scarcely possible In thes< days for 
any work of merit not i" receh • 1 1 
cognition. Others think it would take, 
ii Lin literary men 1 be •fcplrii '-i li I 
nee neceasarj I or res !i i 
to rs i.-. r -.. a, a.bON • tii' neces- 
sity for exertion. Most tht older fuistice at tin'- bands .of a. irery con* 

have made their mars in the I sclent lous teacher who mistake's Ms 

vctOd, th ink that ni) .goo d purpose ina bility t,, > 



■ ' -"is, ,,.r ,1, c5 "'i teetli fa H indlcap- ; 

i"'" The in 1 is common fn Victoria 

■ ' - The mother who sends .1 

dear i-Il 1 l<l 1 I t |.-!lin;-Mlie 

ttacner— aoout xSTt rtet'ect is doing t!"' 

lit tie one what .may*be art It 

injury. A pupil may suffi 1 in 



goon 
TfTirTm' 



would be served by .suJii a i<>i1i'ul;i t i>in 

as provides tor the Nobel prizes In 

■ ii. Tin- younger writers, on the 

contrary, think thni when a man has 



"STi"! 1 i . 



■On this subject it. g 



"Medical Inspection as already ear-; 

1 "ii on in many places will detect ail 
once proved that !)•• has real tai>-nt hi. these easts before thej l>. kOed,] 

ami the world would he benefited by 1 and an ell 'follow-up' system 

allowing him time for thought and a ill see thai the defeet«-*re" ; remoi 



study. This they think the neces sity 
livelih ood I a pre- 

\ ' Ills. 

The liv.-s of ^' ' H» rs ilu>\v u s 



It is uast.-lul 1,, the Stat'.- and in 
hi man t,. the child to have his-pi 

s in school blocked he baa : 

some rental 1 that prevents . 



many of them (ng, hearing, breathing orche 



3W- 



erty. Bui i" " ■ are there not i lag. CtUldren with had teeth an-, on 

many, win, so far ax ght Lonths behin 

• ii thej h.ui not writ- in K.huoi with sjiswd teeth. Purely on 
in ..rder. t" J.--, ..m, rich' There- the basis ,,i economy, it is cbespsr t» 
some things that money .-aniait i,.-,..,. tia- te.-th .a these children filled 

buy. though we. n these da> s, eannot than it is to pay l'"i lh.i extra six 



month .11 ,,f i,7 have the 

children drop ou1 .,1 school with a 
• flue 'ti-'ii than they u 
would have had. 
"Now' about tin- i«. per cent, who 
mas .,t iii-healih. Ade- 
quate - lew simple mat- 

tixs. «iii re move mo at o f this 

111 Medical Inspection can stop the 



ol' ll|,e tasks of the man. Ami can 

your advanced women overcome ".>- 

tiiri'V 
The result is thai 111, Bisters diTTiot 

ligh for the ways "I in-i" They arc 

1 ■ "1,-nt with then- home hie, the joys 

of motherhood, and the l,,\,- m iinir 

husbands:' n they are '"professionals," I 

such as 1 a. a, ii is Hi.- same. We de- 

I" ml "ii 1 he man to guide Ul . .'"'I "' 6 

' ""lent p. help build "" in Bin ■ ees, 
i"i in.- glorj is our gloi i 
Hut, about tin- modern « "man in 

3 our COUnt PJ . i.s fai as I hS»V4 a.-, i r- 

1 '" 'i. ti" i ■■ i a nothing natural, i 
h ; w, t' '", i isii 'M other ci "i nt rles in 
i Jurbpe, ami there also I ha i , found 

Ui m t" la- InslnCere, selfish, ami 

Bometlmei even mean towards men, 

Ami yci, with ail their mom . I heir 
Hm ' | ami jeweh tnd so ailed "frei 

fli i" a re your 9 "in, a it h8 ppy as 

ti'' ii hu i- Bisters -ii ii.. :.,....-.' 
homi who ari mees u I honrel) trnd 
11 nlj l"i their hu b BJld their 

I ' lldrt n "ii i he one hand, or foi 
profi aions they have adopt' d, on thej 
tit her f 
No. a- ui sdly not---;>.t least, i 

for my eaperlence has taught 
""■ thai, as a rule, thej suffer from 
! ' "in, ■one. ni, and they' Would ;ilsoJ 
■ ■ em to he always pining for 
fresh excitement, in tin.-, foes "■ 
their lives away at the , |H , S .. ; 

Stole speed 

Women from you r cbuijtry, wii.n 

they com In, u lap thev 

mj sfsters, almost iin aria h|y Venn. if. . ! 
A'hal. .piaint little creatures: Thev 

tike doiis, - i^ut beyond this 

■ s ") p crticial \ i. ; ,, y ( ,,untry women 

they have not sought to pep 

quaint little creatures" -to which 

have referred have. leo 

snmm.-d up iheir Visitors,' have lisi- 

• nad in siieme to then- remarks, 
rude, and have formed an opinion of 
the fem.-ih- folk of the g-real nations 
Of the newer world which, ! ma 
has not always been Mattering to the 
tair- skinned mates of the Lot 
Seas.'" -. ■ — "* ~ — " — " 



• rsuaded of the fact. The world 
could well afford' to pay for genius, 
hut can it he bought? __. 

There are not man. who do not 
think the hill • poster a nuisance. 
Kv.riwli'-iv his ugly glaring v 
,llce4^ the eye. This is had ei),,-u^h 
in the city stfeels. But it is intoi 

able whan scenes otherwise perf< <".,rs being ■ means .,i spreading 

marred by the ingenious but, tasteless , (Measles, .s.arlet level, an,; diphtheria, 
brush of the sitrnpamt'i \ very eon- , '-' "*•* th, system or 

spleuous Instance of this may be BSSn ''" i- " ; "• stem of ventilation, every 
at Plump, i s Pass ""• is perhaps " ,s ""'"" in the Iniililing could be open- 
iPilined to think that this, like many ntoates ' evei id, or 

ef minor evfla is inevitable, and J n * mo " t « v ««"y howr, During this, time 
must be borne with what pati.-m,. We ,'. 1 " P U I»«" should march around, Blng, , 
may command. Hut it is beginning to ' • ,m ' f - and do Change of j 

• •re.! that even the spirit of teinperatun jhi porta nt as piirity- 

commercialism does not make it m- : "' . •," r • inili TOOVWg aioiiiul every little } 
ary to disfigure either our eitv XN|1|l V ls essenUal to good work. Thej. 

ts or our sylvan s,.| it udes by this "''"loo nlng the ,v Ind-u. ., an< J 

kin,: of advertisement in Northern l;a klng exerCisa all ^ once avoids' dis- I 
New Jersey the bill board is prohibit- j "fbtag th.-.baian,, : itoUon in n,j 

ed b\ law. In Massachusetts a gri verftflaUon, and' 

manufacturr-r^TRi* vobintarily with-!- iVti.ol n 

drawn his ■ s that the ' ■■• "he building and pupils. must 

b, ucfJLls.Jie .reeei\e.M aueLfar_.jJut weigh- l the children hr»me_if 

ed i>n th-- barm to, the • Community at ll " '> uv >eii. ,,h,i clean, the-butldihg l*r 
What has been done by this;.""' v 'iJuilM"> system. i„ , nost aihools 
ppbtic spirit -d man will, we may be * ''•■'"'' "' 'lust rises about three.4evxJ 

sure, be followed by others, if bnsi- """".' "" » «'h«n the children run 

can i-e ,arrie<i ,,n wh.re com- " " No. wonder that thev 

petition is k.-enest without the aid of ' ' ' " Ms - ' rh " school-building could 

the billboard it will soon diss >d should hospital 

It Is th and npathy the ssmi These tJ 

the public tint .Hows it t<> 1 ,'!' l'""N'ei\ prevent losses, from 

s,. common In ,>itr western citle K and 

their suburbs. 



THL MAILS 

Vancouver and Eastern Canada 
Close dally at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. in. 
Due daily 2.45 p. ni.. and 7 p. m , 
United Kingdom * 

Close Tuesday. Thursday and Fri- 
day. 11 p. rn.; parcel post Friday, 
p. m. 

Due Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m .: 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan 

<'losp Aug. Ul'. Sept. 7. 

Due Aug. UK and 29. 

Australia and New Zealand 
Close Sept. 9, Oct 7.. 
Due Aug. ii, Ufi. 

Honolulu 
close Sept. _'. 
Hue Aug. Ut, Ul', 
Dawson, Atlin, White Horse, Etc. 
Close on Sai uri i rt y at 1.46 p. m. 
Due, Qncertain. 

Stewart 

Close Wednesday at 11 p. m; due on 
Monday. 
Prince Rupert. Port Simpson, Port 

EMinfltan, Etc \_ M , 



iraiions which have been 

• I "ii In N'-w York itit,. the QUSS 



iMiihi -wish to have Dr. Gulick 

' ■ ' ilk to our school trustees on 

the niait.T of cleanliness. ii hll- 

■ pecially !, 



tion of whether "milk should be past- '" pttons are t.w. 

eurised or not have proved that I hdolroom* are not as clean 

trajoritv of peopte are very careli ' .« an. thine 'tike it. 'ril- 

ling milk even after it coine.s J ; nitor.M are am paid enough* to ,i ":' 
their homes .The experts declare I thenVclean. 'The trustees do not seem 

that in hot weather all milk should be; ;,1 ' ! ' "z-' that the sweeping and 

boiled before it' is given to children dusting an, h washing needed to keep 



v hether it ha urtsed or 

•' 

"iidition In w hicli milk is 



hool Where four hundred ehilo- 

live day after dnj is more than wo 

t nough foi .,„, i Howe 



James Bay Academy BRUN'OT HALL 



A Private High School. 

partment - full matricu- 

"11 111 le - Stlld.-r 

for«B C '.._ tJ. and other examinations.' 

Splendid M - .- '• ■■ - 

Summer. 

Commercial Department a fully 

n hush, . in 

: ge of aii experienced cor, 

i. a ; gold " in i',' 

ooks furni*! • 
department" 
ii ad n enli -a ddres* .-ill In- 

''■'■>■> Principal, Jamea ' Bay Academy 
Phone 2041, 16G Medina Street 

Queen's Academy 

3715 Rock Bay Avenue. 



Re-fipens Thursday^ 
September I 

Thorough, practical'. instruction ■ 
mill! 

the ' : 

For further Inl aatl til an 

s. D. POPE. E»Zf, J}.. 
,ne 130 PrlnclDi 



SPOKANE 

A Boarding and Day School ror Olrli. 

A church school whose nim is the 
very best in Instructors and equipment* 

''ui, homelike, buildings; -whole* 
gymnasium, music ball; 
private theatricals Bpeclal features are 
tie- art studio, KivinB Instruction In 
different .ut branches and the music d, - 
partment with its staff of foreign 

i nstructors .Certificate admits 
in siniiii, Wellexley anft- other <• 

ss. For further information 

I] i LKT, I'rlnrlpal. 

Spokane, Washtngtohv 



deltverad al the house its mistress! - Ichful ami diligent. Ouf ■ schools 

■ ■ ■■■■r.- ah a (h. !.« ' '■'•"!, I" ■ i„- more frequently washed.! 

td insist that it is fresh, and as rich !,ri,i the. parents- or the childi en. w „uld > 
as she e»n procure. There are in th>- ""' grudge the im>n<\\ nc-dcl (., pay I 

neighborhood ,>t Vtctorin manydaii ,n p this done properly, when 1 

pep who supply milk ,,i good quality. ttiade. and the muddy 

fait every housekeeper ,an ta>- winter Come the Work ,>t the 

that om-e she gets th,- milk n is k, pt Janitor* is .-nil heavier. The man ,,r 
perfectly clean and cool, and that l,e-; u " n >"'i who k- school properly 

fore it is given to little children It is ,;, '" n saves main doctor'a bin-. 
• ,1 t,. the boiling point. < oily those ' 



who have sup.], lied milk t,, customers x Japanei | a famous act- 

know how exceedingli - some Man"," in At a. P 

PMiiitii'iiit with Eng-, 



'.Is the Japanese 



ONTARIO 
LADIES' 
COLLEGE ° - s « Bh "• 



(Trafalgar Castle) 
WHITBY. ONT. 
CANADA. 



PERFECT SURROUNDINGS 
__ tVUf C0UB8M is 

Literature Elocution 

Music Fine Art* 

Household Science, etc. 

Splendid organization. Rates moderate. 

,n iinc riu.\-cii-Ar. roR CAtt HMS 

.1. .1. IIAKK, I'h l> 

v, Out. 



i pie, who In -other matters seem" ti her disap 

■ , th,- rules of cleanliness «> - women, and 

in this respect, Dishes En which milk (ideal in an ri from which the 

is i,.. Hi he i,ri without rinsing. Rowing extract Is tal 

The very simple rule that milk nitist j I's/m a daughter' id Japan, and, 

not l„- left Uncovered in a si'ek, r,,,,m in the Land ,,f the Rising SUP; wunao 
is cohstantlj violated bj p- content- to love, arfd i"- loved, by 

There is no longer room ' mam huh lb nee to the man' 

for reasonable doubt that milk may. I in ail thing) IS our gr< tUnfl law, 

b'\ exposure to the air. bi ami as it never fads to bring happl- 

unfll for use. The most scrupulous , ness with it to our w omen; surely it is 

care and cl ness with regard to a la*w which la to hi commended 

ti • in every household, Judge, then, of my astonishinejnl on 

-—-- ■ ' ', 4 first i omlng to England to i'iiu.1 the 

In. the Worm «. work Dr. tdtjier M. ] streets filled with thousands of wo- 

Gullck, physical director, if the Schools] men, many of them directly,: or in- 

nt, New Vork. has an article on hi w i directly, v 
the failures in si hoolg CSJl b( 

saved. According, to him. half the 
chili tin- United states fail l 

and return ashamed and 

dim or lea I i . iio- 

gether. The proportion la not nearly (had I that the modern craving j 

so large in thjs city; y,-i ,-,h.ii this- among women for independence has 

lobbed woman's fat • of much Of its 



ma 

ippler for so ■,ioin W v 
[ hav.i looked often , qti 

fail i/e upon,, from 

our Western standpoint, and to me It 



Close Tuesday. Thursday and Satur- 
day, 1.4a p. in. ■ " 

Due Monday. Wednesday 'and Frj. 
day. 

Clayoquot and Way Ports 

Close. 1st. 7th, tftth, 20th' of each 

month. 

Dtie, 4th. 12th. ,18th and 28th of each 
month. 

Seattle and Eastern United States 
Close, 4.30 p. m., daily; due :' p. m 
dally. . ". ' 

Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close "th and 20th of each month. 
Due 12th and 2Sth of e«u.h month. 

Comox, Cumberland, Etc. , . 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
Friday and Sunday. 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. & S. Points 
Close daily except Sunday. 7 a. m. 
Due daily except Sunday 7 p, m. 

Alberni 
Close 1st. 7th, 15th. 20th of >nrh 
month {by steamer.) "and. by rail Mon- 
day. Wednesday; Friday, 3.30 p. m. 
Nanaimo and E. &. N. Points 
Close daily, except Sunday 8.30 a. 
m,.; 3.30 p. tn. 
Due daily, except Sunday, 12.10 p. 



The enormous Increase In th, 
maud for gasoline and Its. rapidly ■■ 

iiiK price make it ah absolute ■ 
♦unity that, the oil company whose 
wells produce the crude oi) carrying 
the highest percentage of gasollm 
the company which will pay the! 

highest dividends. Such a company 

Is the Amalgamated Development Co., 

Whose oil wells are situat", 1 in the 

famous oil fields of ECatalla, a 
111 from which territoi'. has 
proved by repeated Bcientini 
carrs 80 per ceht. >,i gasoline^ being 
the highest percentage oh the Ameri- 
can continent, and .10 p«'-r cent, inure, 
than the ^products of the famous Penn- 
sylvania oil districts. 



A BUNCS OF RAGS 

10415- "t'liaiituici' Ka^"l,.> \'"\\\n and Harlan 

[0423 --"Ttiat l-'ussy I' 'J' ■„ .•■■' pnsrtetfe 

i(i.i_'4- -"'riu- Smiles Ra:-|' •" ' • Band 

SOMEfSfSCIAL HITS 
502— "I'tii mi -V'nur Sli|>^H "'' In. I"r the Mghi'.' 



508 "fm the .Man TlicvsV 1 -' kin 'K ' " ; " '■• ■• 

An answer to " I K I lere SeCn Kelly" 

All TheSe ar ' (! ^ ' 
SEPTEMBER EDISON RECORDS , 



\>la 1 < 111.-. 
. . . Favor 



■for ' tic by , 

M. W. WATTT & CO , LTD. 

1004 COWMENT STREET 



Nothing More Pelicitius Than 
Preserved peaches Or Plums 

W c a..- "i"i-iiio iinrivallw^ llK " s •!' ^"'-r. fruits. Everything 

v'ju 'I nee!. 1..W..1" '' ■ ' ; • l 

— — I'r' »pcrh ■ ' . ' 

Preserving Peaclu ; ';..x, SI. 10 

Preserving Plums Per Crate, 75 cts. 

The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone 28 The Barga ; 561 Johnson Street 




M-Sr You Never Saw 
lis Saw 

lot in, ire ine'&t than a 

iMoimr wants Just to make 

We don't have to. ^'* 

and steady customers 

I,,,, i.\ ^ i \ ii-.jsr people just exactly 

uhu 1 hey' want of the' choicest 

meats u ,- van g«t And so* good 

.,, :•_, ,.ur-*n, -:it» that we notice i 

f,|«* always order a larger quan- 
t ii;. the second time. Try it. See 
^^rj^Ji "ir windows for prices. 



IDEAL MEA1 .!. \RKET 

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620 YATHS ST 
PHONE 51-1 




EXfra ■ Specla 




35c BIG HA. 



_!1UEILI.[T" -the 1 
Unrivalled in 1 

rlishes q-nickly mai 
f'ottefl.Mea 
yon making tarts. 

ASK US 



TOKAY GRAPES— 35f . 

■ -'ii-,h l'astry. in Uiseuit form. 

aiisc siie-h— a variety of nice 

, on 'till " i r Av.it li Oystcrv^rob^ter, 

l-'.ach equally delicious. Saves 

're iinlv.* 



FREE PAMPHLET 



The West End 

1002 Government Street 



Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Tels. 88 and 1761 



I'la i;--|ie"rt(vire. 

TONIGHT, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 

1 -.,'i, \ er - < 'ornedy 

FATHER AND THE BOYS " 

,,, i,e nn- 1- comedies ever written. 13 S'e- 

l',-,,l>l.-.-l: 

„i rffeets for each, production. 

Do not 11 draflUU I. ■ S, a, nil. < 

Snniiii, , prices 2jc. 35c. and 50c. Special Saturday Matl- 

nceg. Prices 15c Chlttreii .' 2^c Aflultq. 



.n. i. a 



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New Grand Ttieatrelpanta^es Theatre 

WEEK AUGUST !. * W 



Corrig College 

Beacon Hill Park Victoria, B. C, 
Select' Hi] Da 

i '"i ieg< i"' Boj i -I 
to Lfl ' ' ' ■ Reflnethents or 

ed sent i"" t I 

. ,-n l:-, .e OH II . I'.- 1 

bar 'door hooi ts Pi a 

m* Llfa oi Pro 

ty uin.-i- 

'■ 

|j in rut' A t<", \ a , ■ ■ ■ 

autumn '■■■< to Septembai t st 

Principal, J. W. CHURCH. MA. 



UMVhRSITY SCHOOL P0R 
GIRLS 



i.ifin who studies school III... Inmi its 
physical side Has to say is well wdrthy 
th, ■ att- . ,. pjy . i,i 

crs. :/•-.,,;, 

• Tn, let- existing condHt ona , It ap- 
pears that, on the average, children 
who enter whom at six ,,r seven do (permit 
latter for the'mseh hoof themselves 

who ,iii' r at any oth< r , indi 
\\ ,- iia\ , lone; been 
children who ei hocl 

would.be adt i I ei 



aunted i ■, and symnaThy. 

And yet. Knprlish men, whom am, m 

Jnpan. hfl -;lit to rec-ar,! pJ 

the -vi , tlon of strength 



a in: pi 



told that ' There in,- 
nt '. clitht ; I 



Thousand Islands. NV.t Sunday 
the S. S. Iroquois will make im« of 

.those delightful trips among the Quit 
Islands, stopping one hour at Ma> 
and returning via. the picturesque 

,ler ' ■ Oimal. .ricurr parties can 
bring their baskets and hfnch under 

the trees, Take v. A s. train leaving 

Victojiia S.I5 a, ni. Refreshments and. 

on hoard, for .further liifor- 

niatlon telephone 511. , • 



no heed, nm mildly 
• n-folk to debase 
t rj lng ; to usurp in 

i sincerely I 

i.i li \ hut lew .lia\c 



tter than any real • 
merit ^nn the, market-- Amalgamated 
Development '< '"iii|i:iiiy stork. 



Cllve- Wollej 

i B.C., nlfl 

ing school r < 



House | : Bay, vie- 

-grade day and board- 

'"l for young ladles, of all 

All subjects taught Pros- 






pectus on api- 



"The D« 



ith 



-< Veil 



ii .Mr : 
at the ■ th 

Bthov 






i . , , : n ' ma Igama t ed pe 

; ,,,i,-, Aula, Owln fi m, 
,;,, ■ Hastings Street W< ; 

\ , , i . • " ' i -. • r ' * 



Ivet) - ■• h marked app I 
and he ci 
c'rvi h He has fi ei plea »arl* 

ad BUng W Ith H" W ash- I 

Ington cjuartetti their t ng - 

at In this cl • • 



h up 

children 

I i or' 
than those 
inn not eri 
ip ' i ■ i their hand] 

who entei at h 
i , entet at - • 

Mt "-"nil !i 

,i, • ,■ . chool 

i ■ even 

"' 'hiMr, ,i should gradual* al 



lim. i ihlldi ■ n uii 
nine do pri ■> I 
v'Tio enter at six n 

■ 



VI i 



■ n brought to my notice Si 81, « hen 

I hav ,- ne I BUClt, all. wl, ' i u, light, 
1 Of what pleasure! 'I'lien all is Compen 

tlon. Hut. alis' it is all 1- • "■ 

that th ttlon hi 

In no land. l',-,,in || , | ■.. || ,| , ,, 

Id ' taught useful -th 
< be to bt th'ori 



WEEK AUGUST 
MONARD, l.OUIE an4 GILLETTE 
c t'olU 
VENETIATST STBEET SINGERS 

amenta] iinc ""* ■ 

Huns. J 
THE MISSES CARMEN vLTTTSON 

• . 
HARRY D. CBQRBY 

: . : ',•..- , i-: 
In a tpiai, 
GEO. STOKES ' and CARRIE RYAN 
In deft dialoi md i,'.i,-i 

THOMAS J. PKICE. 

NEW MOVING PICTURES. 

OUR OWN ORCHESTRA. 

MAJESTIC THEATRE 

f \\\ I KS STItK! ' I' 

Ste the ntrong dramatic bill 

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 

"A Plash of Light" A strong- dramatic 

"The Little Veurtorui" 

"Gambling. With, Death.". 

Other 3Peatnre$. 



Cheap readme; for campers, and 

other* W<6 are clearing a lot of otir 
76c copyright novels at 2Bc each, 
five for SI."" Vi. toria Book & Sta- j 
uuii-r, i ',>„ lamitnrl, • • 

». 



B, i'. Creai . 'has tli- i| flavor." 

Now in cent for large tin, al 

♦ , — 

Wan-" ■ ilM^BH|bro;dervM\ ,,rk 
II kind Mrs. a. Claudlo, 851 

ht,,n St 



'chili 

i 



" hi 



itlon hei tral 

i. 

iin each step 
thoroughly befoi i 
tared t»oi in 

: -ii,, 



nast- 

1 1 . i , in 
m tli mat 
prevails, 

'■ '■ ■ ii ' factoi in ■ i a ni i 



I! en \ bahge ought to rot ignlze la ti ture Ih elf, 

er diiiiir. n at 1 1 ,.i t wblcl fleet eed that 

,>"'«' which de man ds a less iwtteriia] slbh foi a, yvoxnaa to undertake man) 



Dysentery Is R' dangerous diasuuie 

Init can by , n • ■ • 1 i !h 1 "-''la Ill's 

Colic, i 'holera ami Dliirri 

irtilly used nine 

epidei'nii oi dysentery, n h 
; know n i" fail, it ls,eq 

tor children and and 

when n-diic, ii wii h watei I ■ 

'ii,,'.it' Id by 

all 1 1- ll 




AUGUST 83nd ALL WEEK 

FIGHT PICTURES 

BOB FITZSXMMONS VS. BILL LANG 

\ i M.i , , A u»t ralla, on H"xu,k Da 

i' mher 26th, jfretat . moving pictures 

of this 1 2- round htstoi I " 'ric- 

hest light pinur, s over eXl : 

lulu oppori unity you will ev'er ha e ,,i 
seeinK i'rt/'.sViiminiis in -the rln". Lang 
Is the com I tin champion and will w 
John! - 

Sliowi ever) afternoon an d ev e n ing, 
running continuous from 2:80 p. ni I 
' p. m 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TONIGHT. 

4— FEATURE REELS— i 

>dt^ '.'..,' .."fhe I' k 

Mr. ' Krnrst. JVtcli "", - 

Rornano < )rchestra 



Anything in Groceries 
You Want We have It 

•TIm> Vi i at o 






nen 
steami i i 

■ ' • 'i 
id i 
pared I- 



1 If 



of I'h.im- 
■ on 

.1 be 

or 
cll- 



VERY BEST PRICES 



t mr '3-lb 
-Winner : not hiVlK ; 

$1.60. 



Is a 

mi the 



Sodas 

35 cents. 

ERSKINP.V GROCERY 

Corner Johnson -nt t (quadra tits. 
106 



I j. i i ream 
Now Lfl 

- • ■■ 



B. i le i i.i 1 1 it- a 

' 'rent ,j large tin, 

IS, 



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Capital Cricket Eleven Wins 
From Burrard (Vancouver) 
in Thrilling Finish— Portland || 

Loses to Vancouver 



)W CLUBS STAND 



-tending of the clubs ♦ 

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Division "A" ♦ 

W. L. Pl-s ♦ 

s;. •aver . . 3 6 ♦ 

'Wind ,2 1 *• 

3 ■• 

no .* 0:~<J ■•* 

on 1 1 2 "* 

Division "B" P 

\V. L. Pts -« 

Ktrla 3 6 -•* 

l - 1. 4 ' * 

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ll If 

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Z' RESULT YESTERDAY'S > 
* CRICKET GAMES £ 



At University school: Van- 
cnuvor 'it i> tted Portland, 91 
to 60, on first Innings. 

At Jubilee Kr°tmrl 8 : Vic- 
toria defeated Burrard^ (Van- 
couver), 166 to 110, on first 
Innings 

At it' aeon Hill: Btraw ■ 
Vale and saa.nioh comb*] 
defeated Albion, 152 to 40, on 

first Innings. 

At Wort Point: Garrison 
defeated Kootenay 
first innings 




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and 14 runs to make. 
II ed a long way 

tannacle stepped briskly 
t and elevated one from Mr 

over the fence for six.. 
5iua. over from Robins and 
then i nham, who had been 
howlig U. met bis Waterloo. A 

♦- J 4, a 2 a and a 4 tells the tale and 

♦ ' Vlctorstad won and the tension re- 

♦ laxed. - '■-. 
+ \ Kronen- on Messrs. Barnacle and 

«. Hebdeulaved 'useful and graceful 
Ickel 32 and 31 each. Only 
(three 'toria batsmen were bowled, 
while i Burrardttea met that fate 



prei m d by the Poi tland I tan ovei 

umpiring. 11 i ( ' ' ] 

.. ,. . ,,i B rortnal prptei I 

Secretary Barnacle and have 

,i officials be appointed for 

I i match. 
Portland batted flral except for 

some free hitting by Smith and, Shipley 
failed to do anything with the bat and 
were all out for 60. 

Vancouver did little better than their 
opponents. Tl unable to do 

much with the bowling of Bailey and 
Copplngar, five O* their beat batsni-n 

ig out tor 27, After this, how- Petloy, b i.alhher 

■ ■ther- a n d' m a n a g ed, -m g 
pile up (be total which gave them theJL eg Byes 
nun-Kin." 

Portland battlnsr splendidly in their 
sec , made 54 not 

Pernwtcfc and Cimimlng also play- 
id and bowling with ease and the Inning 
it 121. 
The Canadians started their second 
Innings well but after Payne and It 

rls were out no one el -I in m- h ; x y R. Martin 

resistance, to the trundling of the Port-.} nam 




Total 

Bowling Analysis 

O. M. 
Bailey ..V...........H l 

Cappinger- ■ ■'■ ..••*" * 

K. Fenwlck * u ~ 

Fortland. Second Innings. 

„. Berrldge o Sweeney, b P.v"'s .... 3 

ffl. IViiwtck, a W. C Payne 19 

tl. hhlpley, run out * 

M. Capplnger, not out . . . . ■ <• 

i ) ohurohley, 6 Crossfield » 

\V. <i. Smltli. Q Hilton. I. i'.-i'H ..... 2 

li. Bailey, b Peers ;, .. 

,, Banham, Btpd Arthur, b Peers ... o 

fl. Mallet, b Peers 

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Morris, b Penwlcl 

Payne, b patte: 

Peers, run "" ■ ■ • ■ 
Bweem v <-, Cummlngs 

Murphy, b Bailey ' ' , ' 

B. Carr Hilton, C Churchlcy. b 1-en- 

Stanford noi i ,: " 

BOWlln« Aim'-. ■ 

O. 'M B x ' 



.10 

. I 

. 6 



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36 
20 



11 

o 

2X 
13 

:t 

l 

5 
6 



Burrard ©rat tanlngS. 

w 1 1 Twynazn, I ; - 

i i: Smith, b It. York 

r>. Rbodi tlther 

A. A. Robins, b l^. Voik 

B. Rhodes, b P. York 

A. J. Killick, b U York 

J. A. Collinson, b P.. Y'ork 

, Lnwiy, b Oalllher . . 
W. G. Bullen, hit wicket, L York 

Draper, nol out *» 

o 

......... '■' 

... i 



Total 



.110 



rtowTTng AnalyfiiB- 



GallH 

I. V'.rk ■ 



O. 
,:.13 



M It, YV\ 

2 M i 

■: 4 1 v 



Victoria First Innings 

D. Rhodes, b Twy- 



land duo*. 

The] scores follow: ' y 

Porthm/d First Innings. 
A. Berrldge, c Crossfield, b peers... . 

U Bailey, h Crossfield 

J. J. Churchley. h Crossfield » 

VI ".' (?. femlth, run ou't 

m Cupplnger, b Crdsafleld •••• 

Inwlck. c Hodges, b Payne. ^^,,- 

Shipley, b Morris. ,' • 

Banham, stpd Arthur, b Payn. 
S. Hooke, b Payne '. 



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Cowry, b, Rhodes ,.....-. 
T B Tye, e' Danes, b Twynam 
odes, b Twynam.. 

■ •. y.e.-k. b Boblns 

.I. h. Oillesple/ b Pettley ■• 

Ro.npa - 

J. C. Harnae 

;, c Danes, b Pettley ■■- 81 

.1." \V. D. York, c P>nll..-li. fa Pettley ... 

illher; not out ^ 

is •"'• 

4 TotaJ 



O. 

it. x. Hebden • W 

i. B v. York- • ' I 

I ■ ■■ "> 

i \\ !• ] "i'k ...3 

Albion'" Downfall 

1 1, tbs mate! 
nod Saanlch combined^ and the Albions of 
latter were overcome by a 
to 40 on the first innings. 
The former, going to bat first. -did 
nidlv. The • of their men v 

steady end run tip something more 

bstantial u.-h<14- to the inning's 
Ti.e best Individual efforts v 
those »r Hammonds With |r»; tittUe, with i 
!••■ Ferris, with ;tl; and_Nieholson, with 
PJ not out. The Albions found it hard | 
picking to secure runs ag*ins1 ths 
howling _of Bowlei < n a '" 1 

Thomas. The highest seors aeetn 

that of Ismay, wltll. Jli- 

Tlie scores follow : 

S. and S— First .Innings _ 

ini.h c Trlmiiv b tsmay 

ii. K ; tallam b \ 

ii. Hammond c Hammond b Ismay . , 

- Hewitt; b Spain *• 

unafa. c White b Spain 

r 1 1, I loepeJ Jb ismay ., 

I ■, Thomas fi'^ ool 

11. kittle l.h.w,' b- liuncan. . . .,. ., 

' ' , « 

i H. Nlchob tthern b t Duncan, 

.!. Ball, ht. witt..' b Ismay 

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Bowllng Analvsis 

- i. M. R. W. 



,1., Spain 

V.. W. I 
H White . . . 
— ! H. H. Plgler 
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After yesterday's g ' ' '■■> *• in " 
ternational cricket tournament en- 
thusiasts are beginning^ to feel con- 
tinent that the nnafof SattirU>- the 
Stake of which will be the nortl I « 

i hiimpionahip. will find Victoria o 
Vancouver pitted against each other i 
on the Jubilee grounds. J 

In one of the . closest- a In 

ter^sting games 61 the serit ♦ 

,in\ thi C n-.ii eleVen won Or- I * 

rard (Vancouver.) Ti 

Ben Spectators Chought 
was deatlm & to fall befon th< Ti 
tninal < 11 i team, but J. C. 
;,,,,.. in m i i band, rev;'. ■ . 

their spirit '' did hot 
their i en i., it must bi a * 

no.wledged, wfts helped to some i.xtentll 
!■ ti iinfortunate: failure of 
bam. Bun bowler, to main- 

tain the splendid 
Dad at > tnd eontlnui 

juncture. 

The "A" division Portland, un* 

i ii yesterday undefi il "<i: touiii 
Vancouver. It is ted that the 

' Americans have expressed dissatis- 
faction ovi mpiring. This con- 
stitutes the one nnpleasantnesa ol the 
tournament thus far. However, I 
Keii» li ■!. il i ■ Portland team, • 
he does not think, that one decision In 
partli was well founded. 
not impute partiality. He states tl 
POOT judgment was the fi j 
nras tmv, and the eleven fromi the 
Boas i ilty are just u i fullyj I 
fihusi istlc as I i .:: ♦ 

^ , . Erom tl ,.;./ 

The? are going ' ■ ' 
daj 

Nip and Tuck 

When Victoria went Into thA field 
tot O" Hi ' Inning tit thelr/ni 
against Bun ' ■ .' ' 

tor a long ' 

, M ,,., ted ' S. \ r . Voik/in such 

at the bowling, h 
,, r iv. , : | ii visitors bj taking' 
theli • " With 

■ | handl to' ovi 

the Tern 

I |on l" ill" winds . • ■' 

degree of nesa .which p''"< 

, ,i , ther the pilling "i> of si 
ling. Thi 
ties, howevei 
runs i" put the team 
Robh s and Davii ' • : i ! 

Ig and IB ' '"'' : 

i ,,,,-, s. The Innings cl ed : ' lui 
oar for the total, of- 1 10. 
w hen, Victoria took tie the real 

in.. The 
itizzlng In ■< M1 ' s bai 

there 11 tayed 

ftn( j b i • gan to play I 

n ,,;, the «rabJ 
,. icets for 8 a ■ erlo is, The , 

loughty Captain L »rk and 

i mil spie carried the scorl 

., !;■ n fillli ■ fell by the < 
jid! \ ml with the 



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Ml, ions—Second Innings 

H H Pegler b McNamara 

K \\ rsmiiv e MoNamara b liinch. 

I,. B. Trinieii e Hewitt b Hindi 

Btaden b Hinch , 

D, llMllam l.b.W-, b Thomas 

.1. apalti b Thomas • 

H White i> McNamara 

II. T. newett b McNnmara ... 

H. h. southern b Hewitt 

i- \ i niiieiiit not out 

■,,, • Little b McNi 
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Total *. • ' .' 

Bowling Analysis 

o. "M, 

Hewitt ; ' ' *'■ 

iiiiieii ■■■■ ': ' 

Thomas :' 

MCiNamara" 6 ] . 



il l 



The scares follow: 

Kootenay— First Inning 
AtfStuhba, stpd., Gale; p., Gooch . 
\ o. Butli r, • '^ale; b. Gooch .. 
M. c. 'Manning, c. Cross; b. Gooch 

.1 s. Kerr, b. Gooch • 

,\. Wi ' Gooch '• 

VV. Pearson, b. Gooch .. • •• 

f.. .Ma lion; l>. Askey 

S. .Wilkinson, run out '. 

c. Crawford, stpd. r,aU\ b. Askey 

K. Darestborough, b. Hooch 

rs. Hocking, not out 

Extras • • • 



Ft. W. 

;i» 2 
•12 2 
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beautiful can* n disease. 

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Nan iimo • 

At I'm I ' i " I ' "' * 

. n.i '- ' Pi ■ i ' ■ * 
At .In I a!- " II pTtal 

V g, Saanb h nd Btrawberr: ♦ 

Vali . * 

At Ilea Hill. A.11 I " » 

Burrard, * 



five 

cumbed ; • 

epared to go 

home -'.iien \\ G Bulb n and Captain 
I i: Bmlth refused I '" i,K 

• 

to their credit. in. Identally tni 
,. thi > I 

n captured nv< vicl 

!le!n|e,, 111. 

T hi ' ■ I , • 

Vanofiiivsr Victory. 

i„ the Olaii i ed I ■ F '■ ■ ''"' ' 

... ,i yam iijvei crlckei tean 

I the latti c weri 
iccei '■■■'•■ •': i una " n the I ii 

: , , , i | 

There was soma iiisaatlsfacllun ex- 



I | , , ". i I : , | /'.a 



Peel 

....-•••- ' 

Pa ■ ' 

I Innings 

il ,dgl ■'.''•: ■ ' " 

lorri 6 1 rtli I Capplngei 

i ■, ■ i : 

Pf m b I a] plngi i 

i ii ossfield, b i lapplnii 

Mm phy| . andb ( lapplnger 

Sweeney, b Bailey 



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D. i i i ■'■' 

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B, niid S.— Second Innings 

i, ittie not out 

Mr.Niiiiinia not out 

■ •>••• •>•' '• ." 



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1 

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| Il 

i, Hebdi 



R. White b 





I | , i, b.b Hi 

... i i i . , l J , , : 

., ii •' ■ . nam, b Hebden , , . 

b 1. V.ii'k 

., i . !;; odi I ' Hebden . 

a. '■ ■ • • • 

I , ■ r i i '.a i ti - . <■ !■ I " rk 

■ | , ., A Kl.ia k. Ixu.w. I* V"iK . 



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outheri 

A. lame. ai 
Taylor not 



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Me.N'aniai a 



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O. M. R. W 

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6 



Boldiers Victory 

The Harrison round the 

peering from an "oit day," 
■ . y had summarily 
i. British Columbia- In- 
total of 87. Sergl . Hi 
ii+fbr the soldiers, ran up tl 
... ,i • i a 



AskeV ,. . . • • • 

<;,„m<1>_ V, ... 

Oarrison— First Inning 

Sergt. Askey, b. BU'tler 

i 'pi. Thonias.. a. Btubfcs; b. Butler 

Cpl. Stevens, b. Butler 

n. ti. rooley, b. Pearson.., 

M. s. Maedbnald, )>. Pearson .... 
i -,,1. j rtsoii, e. Mahon; b. 

Butler' ' 

Cpl. Ha-wtrey, b. Pearson-.: 

\\ . p iiooi.h, lbw., b. Mahon ... 
ippl,: Wyialliatn. c. Pearson; b 

Mahon • • • • i* 

Br. Hale, not out . 

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ling Analysis 

O. M. U. 

B i 7 

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'Bob" Brown, Skipper of Van- 
couver ' B;ist;i);tf| Club, Ex- 
pects to See. Victoria With 

■•"»eam Next "Year 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday, August 25, 1910 



/ 



1 



VANCt itJVER, A it .1,, Bob Brows, 
ttte ' ■'■ -..,'"'' Dl i he V anoouver 

basol' lI| rllll' inn >: -,'n an .'iui'u .-1 lilt 

Coast ] >mprlainff the best cltlea 

6$ the Northweat and Californlia, aaxt 

yeaj Boli sn\ s il is till- - mil- uM talk 

and thai nothing; will come ou1 of it. 

Bui ■•'! ' >■• -li M lc.-iiT'i'' !l '' I 'i'liii-.l 

,afti i . 1 1 id Bob-o ro ;edea l tiaJ u may, 

I i i ... haired i ibb i ij i he i l&ntullan 

club cannot Be* how the orwjnlmers will 

7. 
' I'm nut w or ying much ubout hav« 

Ittg tn •ir.li'. t" break' into an i-inhi- 
club li ■ '■■ ■ that'ktnd ecau.se I do 
i, ■! believi it will ever fa Conned 
aol tor a couple. orseaaona - '." Quota 
Mr. Brown yesterdaj "1 rather expect 



to ? «e a elx-club Northwestern league 
agaiA next season, made up of the tour 
c ei now n the league and two more 
Hther the tWQ In Montana, or two on 
the coast; say Victoria or Everett In 
my opinion that kl.ul of a league is 
more likely to be organized than the 
<. oast league. 

"But how are they going to overlook 
me and Vancouver if the director* „ 
the. Coaat ami Northweateni leagues 
do decide to combine? Next to Seattle 
Vancouver is now the best ball town 
In this league. In a few year a J look til 
see it one of the beet ball towns on the 

PaoiflO Coast, from one end to the 

other. Vancouver people have Adopted 
the game and they like it. They Under" 
stand it as well as most of the patrons 
on this side of jhe line, and they show 
their appreciation by attending the 

guinea 

Compares Gate/ Receipts 
"Tell, me b.ow bas.il, all men with 
business sense are going to drop Van- 
couver m fayor of Spokane vrtxen wo 
outdraw Spokane right along, in spite 
'" th '' ,:i1 ' 1 thai we do not ,,ia\ Sunday 

baseball, and when the | a re from the 

Sou«d to Vancouver is about one-tenth 

"I that from Seattle and Ta.oma to 

Spokane" it would be different if they 

were taking. in in, .re money at the Kate 
in Spokane than We are In Vanrouver 
Hut they do not. They have not this 
year by a long shot, i n spite of the 

fuel that the Spokane team Is leading 
the league and has been for most of the 
season. They did not. draw as well as 
Vancouver in iuos, when they played u 
solid weeks at home and their f,. am 
was out in front And mind vou, when 



I say the attendance Is not as large In 
Spokane as In Vancouver, I mean not 
as many admissions are bought on the 
seven days, including Sundav, In Spo- 
kane, as in' the six days, exclusive of 
Sunday, In Vancouver, And the figures 
will prove that. 

"Hut that eight-Club business does 
not appeal to me. If such a league 
were formed, I tee) sure none of the 
Northwest cities outside of Seattle and 
Portland would pay expenses." 

Brown has learned lately that vic- 
toria is showing signs of 'life In the 
baseball way and will make an Investi- 
gation pretty soon. They have now a 
downtown ball park in Victoria and 
Brown's informant says amateur games 
have been drawing pig crowds. Before 
the season Is over, Hob will have to 
hunt' a townin which to play one ,,r 
MS games, as he will be driven out of 
Vancouver by a circus. He says he ex- 
pects to have the game switched to 
Victoria as an experiment. 

"The objection to Victoria in the past 
was that the bail par); was miles away 
from town," sa\s Hiown. "If tins have 
Q dOwntOWn park now [ should not be 

surprise,! p, *,.,. Victoria people pat" 
ronize tiie name as liberally as Van- 
couver pepple do." 
They stm i «n this story, However, 

about one of the Victoria directors, 
when Victoria was in the old North- 
west league years ago, and Qua Klopi 
managed the team. 

With Victoria one run behind |rj the 

ninth, a \ [ctorla battel ta ppea out a 

home run, tying the count. The batter 

circled the i,as,s and sat down on tin- 
l.icn, h i i in- of t he direct nrs jumped Up 



from his seat, and frantically beckon- 
ing Klopf, inquired: 

"Cawn't the batter go around 
again?" 

Another time when the opposing 
te;tm bad made about nine runs in one 
Inning, the director called Klopf to the 
Stand and indignantly asked Klopf why 
lie and his men did not put a stop to 
the scoring. 

--,♦ — — • ' 

It lo -il;s very much as li the west 
will be • U-rei-cLonled In the competi- 
tion for tin people's shield which takes 
place nexl month. Kollo/.y inn ii[,on the 

announcement that Tinmno win semi ., 
team cist, eoinejs iw>i:d thai Calgary 

| will al-a, in iki u bid for the tropin 

in win not be the Caledonians who 
have held i he shield for t « b j ears v. ho 
win go, as thej-jEfirja too vexed al the 
allegi ,i \ ery unfair , rid unspoi tsraan 
like i onducl of n,'i,n senl l! Ive Parker, 

I'll the lliMhurst ,-1,-v en, who will 1 i K < • — * 

: \ play exhibition matches al \\ inni- 
p, g and cities io ■ lie . ost Whii. the 
he ,i bodies of football In ManitouJ 
have little u.-e i,,r frb u l Parki r, :■■ „ -. 
c.er ehthusiu/sts would like to sec 1 1,,. 
Bcol i lab t i-a t?ej ,-ast, so that the spi edy 
', a in w iiich u ,,,, the I,-,.: hi champion- 

ship can uphold the honor of U'innieg. 
it is i pltj tha.1 the i amp, lie m in 
previous years has been run so badly, 
i lad ,!'!' hi- '.. , a id ted more 

s thlj the year 1910 .>.•■, ii.i an 

d,,ubi,-,i! be a banner one for the 
ch umplonshlp. Still it is', some time 

' ' I !■•:;, lie teams will have |, ., | 

bul ' " > ■■ m ' . and pi rhs p 

the | Kile conies linn of 1 he , >>,il: ,,,, n . 

tloned m iv gV. 



WEBB TO MEET 




'wo Title Holders Will Engage 
in Walking Match on 10th of 
Next Month— British Fxpert 
Here 



Ti >i;i * :< it >, i >:it.. Any. i\. • jE}. j. 

Webb, the world's champion v, iilk"i', 

a ho landed al .\i,,ntrr>.,i last Friday 
from England and ivill make his home 

In I 'ana,;,,, lias alia ad \ been ma t< bed 

for two noes \yiib George Qouldlng] 
tiie Dominion champion. The two 
will walk a mile and three mile-, on 
September k.i at the athletic meel here. 
Webb beat Gouldltig al the Olympic 

'a ■ i W\i ' Si.no- Harm r's ret ire- 

inent be is England's best all round 
i - lb- holds several English rec- 
ords and chaimplonshlps, and walk- 
ing at the stadium against Lamer 
lyas only beaten a few yards. Since 
then be has improved wonderfully, 
ami r, is now acknowledged Larner's 



etjual If not superior at anything 
a mile. He won all the (English 
ing championships with ease 
summer, lie is eminently a fair 
er, and has only been disqualified 
and that without a warning. 

Webb's pilgrimage to Oi 
aroused great Jealousy In En 
When he as,ked the English Anl|eiir 
Athletic Association for permissiln to 
come out here and meet GomlflK 
there was criticism In some quwter.s 
but Webb satisfied thern thai hN 
trip was bona ride, and that' hlsl ob- 
ject in coming here was toErie, I 
'building and become' the undiluted 

world's champion before his jlweis 
were on the decline.' n,. a |so ifs an 

idea oi remaining her,-. 

When Goulding was defeated I th< 

1 llj EUpic games he was a novul but 

he profited by the experience, ail tin 

-ery neiX-W season al WlnnlpI he 

walked the mile in the (vorld'apma 

tour '■< , ord time, n,- mad, tt\f mi'- 

iu *}■-'■'. inn upon re-measuremJt th* 

I r a, k was found to be solll,- t» il 

chea short and his record was ft ai- . 
low, d fro ;' linn continued t-' wai:,' 
around the &£& mark In 1-909, l d I 

■ •• startled 'the pedestrian w<fd 
breaking the world's record id - 
the faucu.s George Lamer ovf thi 
sand pile'al thj island stadium w hit 

1 - dlgnifled bj the nan i irac 

l touldJng walked In 6: 34 4-B, utiu 
gyei -i second fi om the gri al [frner's 

'" a ligures. 



or his countrymen had ever suoceeaed 
W accompl^ihlna The last Bngfllshman 
to bold, the title of world's ohampicw 

was .1. II Sadler i Putney), who lost it 
iu lN'.-« to |-; Tn, kett i Australia). As, 
h »V ' ' : Sadler 0r ;,n\ olher English 

champion h id n< /er mel any Colonial 

'■•< thi til i until Trickcii came on the 
8 eae, It can hardly be sold that they 
■ ' ' i M beaters. < '. '; i "Wag"J 

11 rd n:. endeavored to wrest the honor 
''•■""> ■' t'oloulal in l.SilX, but J. stan- 
burjl I ..;, ti ilia) retained his cham- 
pionship title pi er the Putney to Mort- 
lake course. Th,- race yesterday was 

' > purse Of ?5,(hMi. a,,,,! among the 

subscribers to.lt were some of the; 
wealthresl portsnjen In the world, 
such as .\i,e Bailey, s. r.. Joel, sir 
Julius Wernher, Sir George Karrer, 
Baron Erlanger, G. a. Prentice! L. 
.Wumann, sir Charles Metcalfe, and 

Otto licit. . 



Bl nnnnunced 

again until a 



Thi deieal oi Ernest Barry bj Rich- 
ard Am*! for the world's inilllip; 
chaniionship lasi Thursday 3d not 
come as any surprise, i,,,- the jhglish 

man was ess,:,: , task whih none 



.lack .John SOI] has ' 

thai he will aol Bghl 

m this-fall. lie says that Lane 

ford, Kaufman, Lang and Bums win 

tb. fight among ithi mselves foV the 

right to meet him. Johnson, by the way 

■ i ii-ii his engagements in England, 

It is said, be LU li la- learned that tho 

British .sporting public had not forgot- 
ten the way he ran out' of the match 
with Langford ai the National Sport- 
ing club. The big negro received, pri- 
vate advices fro m the other side, It is 
reported, that if he. attempted to show 
there he would be harshly dealt with 
by the boxing critics. 




Advertise in THE COLONIST 



^8 






The End of Half Price Goods for Victorians 




and Saturd 










YET REMAIN IN WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GREAT MONEY SAVING EVENT OF THE YEAR 

If you have already been to this sale, we ask you to come again, as^ the exceptional selling has made it possible for us to bring out more lines for your inspection. If ȣ have-not yet been in you had 
■•,.•■ better come in, as the great savings will mean much to you in the months to come. 



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STOCK STILL COMPLETE 



While the selling for the last ten days has been exceptionally heavy, by far exceeding our most sanguine expectations, the stock is still practically unbroken '- 
every demand and fill any order. Come in now, while ybu have the chance to get New No.'i Goods for about half the price you usually pay. ■ 

ONLY THREE DAYS LEFT IN WHICH TO GET GOOD GOODS AT THESE PRIl 



fe still have the goods to meeS 



Dress Goods 

30c Plaids and Plain, will go at.:$ 

35c Cashmere will go at 

50c Cashmjre and Flannels, go at 
75c Serges, Panamas and Voiles'at 
$1.00 Vicunas, Panamas Voiles.. 
$1.25 Dresi Goods, every kind, at 
$1 .aO Dress Goods, evsry kind, at 
$2.00 Dress Goods, every kind, at 
$2.50 Dress Goods, every kind, at 

. ' Bedding 

$1.00 Sheet Blankets will go at. ? 
$1.25 Sheet Blankets will go at. . . 
$1.50 Sheet Blankets will go at... 
$4.00 Wool Blankets will go at .. 
$5.00 Wool Blankets wil'go at... 
$6.50 Wool Blankets will go at... 
$2.00 Wool Blankets will go at.. 
$10 Wool Blankets will go at. ... . ' 

$1.25 Pillows will go at 

$1.50 Pillows wil go at 

$1.75 Pillows Will go at .....'.'.'.'. 

$2.00 Comforts will go at 

$3.50 Comforts will go at 

$5.00 Comforts will go at 

$1.00 Spreads will go at 

$1.50 Spreads will go at 

$2.50 Spreads will go at 

$4.25 Spreads will go at , 

Ladies' Furnishings 

One lot $1.00. $1.25, $1.50. $2.00 
and $2.25 Corsets will go at..$ 

75c Corsets will go at 

$1.00 Corsets will go at . . 

$1.50 Corsets will go at 

$2.00 Corsets will go at 

$2.75 Corsets will go at . . 
$J.50 Corsets will go at 

$4.50 Corsets will go at \\_. . 

35c Hose Supporters will go at.. 
20c Childs' Hose Supporters go at 
5c Handkerchiefs wil qo at 
10c Handkerchiefs v/iK go at 

12/20 Handkerchiefs go at '. 

t5e Handkerchiefs will go at ... 
25c Hnndkerchiefs will go at ... 
35c Handkerchiefs will go at'..... 
50c Handkerchiefs will go at. . .'. . 

20c Barottes will go at 

35c Barettes will go at 

25c Side Combs will go at 
35c Side Combs will go at 

20c Back Combs will go at 

30c Back Combs will go at 

50c Fancy Combs will go at 

Ladies' Sleeveless Vests 

12 1 -2c Vests will go at $ ,07 

15c Vests will go at .09 

20c Vests will go at 12 

25c Vests .will gp at .14 

35c Vests will go at ," ^-|8 

50c Vests will go at , ,27 

75c Vests will go at .'44 

90c Vests will go at . ,57 



.17 
.19 
.28 
.39 
.58 
.77 
.93 
1.33 
1.53 



.67 

.88 

.97 

2.88 

3.37 

4.23 

5.38" 

6.97 

.88 

1.07 

1.23 

1.28 

2.17 

3.63 

.63 

.98 

1.59 

2.78 



.43 
AT 
.63 
.79 
1.33 
1.68 
2.27 
2.97 
.22 
.11 
.02 
.01 
.06 
.08 
.14 
.18 
.27 
.11 
.17 
.14 
.19 
.12 
.17 
.25 



% 



■Domestics 

15c Best English Print, at . . . .! 
10c Bleached Cotton will go at... 
10c Unbleached Cotton will go at 

25c Grey Flannel will go at 

40c Blue Flannel will go at 

50c White Flannel will go at 
25c Negligee Flannel will go at. . . 
12'/ 2 c Shirting Flannel will go at. 
15c Shirting Flannel will go at . 
15c Wrapperette will go at ..... 
20c Wrapperette will go at 

20c Ticking will go at 

25c Ticking will go at 

15c Canton Flannel will go at .... 
15c Long Cloth will go at 

Summer Muslins 

15c Victoria Lawns will gp at. 
25c Victoria Lawns will go at... 
30c Victoria Lawns will go at... 
35c.Victoria Lawns will gp at.... 
20c India Linens will go at..... 
25c India Linens will go at ...... 

35c India Linens will gp at 

40c India -inens will gc at 

10c Cclored Lawns wili go at 

•15c Colpred Lawns, will gp at ... 

20c Dimities -will , gp at , 

25c Dotted Swiss will go at 

35e Dctte'd Swiss will go at ....... 

20c Batiste will gp at .'<( 

Ladies' Petticoats 

$1.00 Satine Petticoats- go at '. .$ 
$1.25 Satine Petticoats go at.,.. 
$1.50 Satine Petticoats go at ... 
$2.00 Sunburst PetticPats gp at. 
$2.25 Sunburst Petticoats go at 
$2.50 Heatherblpom Petticoats at 
$3.00 Heatherbloom Petticoats at 
$3.50 Heatherbloom Petticoats at 
$4.50 Heatherbloom Petticoats at 
$5.00 Moire Petticoats w'll go at 
$6.50 Moire Petticcats will gp at 

Ladies' Hose 

20c Cctton Hose will go at 

25c Cotton Hose will go at .. .. 

30c Cottpn Hpse will 00 at 

35c Cctton Hose will g^ at ..... 
40c Co-tton Hose will go at .... 
50c Cotton Hose, will go at .... 
65c Cotton Hose will go at . . . . 

65c Lisle Hose will go at 

75c Lisle Hose will go at 

90c Lisle Hose will go at 

35c Cashmere Hose will g# at . . 
50c Cashmere Hose will go at . . 
60c Cashmere Hose will go at .. 
85c Cashmere Hose will go at . . 

Knit Vests and Pants 

35c Fleeced will go at $ 

40c Fleeced will go at ... 

50c Fleeced will go at 

$1.00 Wool will go at 

$1.25 W.,ol' will go at 

$1.^0 Wool will go at 



•$ 



.59 
.73 
.93 
1.27 
1.38 
1.53 
1.78 
1.97 
2.63 
3.27 
3.93 

.09 

.'14 
.17 
.19 
.23 
.28 



36- 

11 
.48 
.52 
.21 
.29 
.37 
.47 



.19 
.23 
.43 
.62 

.78 
.97 



Ladies' Blouses 

75c Lawn Blouses will be '.$ .43 

90c Lawn Blouses will be .57 

$1.00 Lawn Blouses will be 63 

$1.25 Lawn Blouses will ' be .74 

•S1.50 Lawn Blouses will be- 93 

$2.25 Lawn Blouses will be . . . . . . 1.38 

$2.75 Lawn Blouses will be 1.67 

$3.50 Lawn Blouses will be 1.88 

$4.00 Lawn Blouses will be .... 2.47 

$6.75 Net Blouses will be ..:... 4.33 
$8.00 Net Blouses will be ...... .4.98 

$9.00 Net Blouses will be .. 5.47 

Ladies' Whitewear 

35c-Corset Covers will gi> at . .",% .21 

50c Corset Covers will gp at .... .28 

65c Cprset Covers will go at .... .39 

85c Corset Covers will go at .... .53 

$1.00 Corset Covers will go at . . .62 

$1.25 Corset Covers will goal .. .77 

$1.50 Corset Covers will go at . . .97' 

40c Drawers will go at .26 

65c Drawers will go at ,37 

90c Drawers will go at ,56 

$1.25 Drawers will go at .78 

$1.50 Drawers will go at... .87 

$1.75 Drawers will 'go -at ,98 

75c Skirts will go at 43 

$1.00 Skirts will go at .59 

$1.65 Skirts will go at .97 

$2.25 Skirts will go at 1.38 

$2.75 Skirts will go at 1.93 

$3.50 Skirts will go at '.-. . '. 2.33 

$4.25 Skirts will go at 2.27 

$1.25 Gowns will go at .73 

$1.50 Gowns will go at .88 

$2.00 Gowns will go at ... . 1,23 

$2.50 Gowns will go at ; . . . 1,59 

$3.00 Gowns .will go at 1.83 

Ladies' Dress Skirts 

$3.50 Vicuna Cloth Skirts, at ..$ 1.88 

$4.75 Lustre Skirts will go at . . 2.67 

$5.50 Serge Skirts wUI go at .... 2.98 

$6.50 Tweed Skirts will, go at .. 3.63 

$8.00 Voile Skirts will go at ..... 4.67 

$10.00 Panama Skirts will go at. 5.45 , 

$12.50 Panama Skirts will go at . 6.98 

$15.00 Panama Skirts will go at. 8.63 

Wash Fabrics 

25c Crepo Cloths will go at ... $ .14 

12 1 -2c Ginghams will go at 07 

15c Ginghams will go at ...... .09 

20c Ginghams will go at ;12 

25c Ginghams will go at !l5 

15c Zephyrs will go at .08 

20c Zephyrs will go at )3 

15c Chambrays will go at .09 • 

20c Chambrays will go at 13 

25c Chambrays will go at .... /16 
40c Foulards will go at 27 



Linens 

40c Unbleached Table Linen, at $ .22 
65c Bleached Tab-le Linen, at . . 37 
75c Bleached ana 1 Colored Table 

Linen will go at .42 

$1.00 Bleached Table Linen, at . .58 
$1.50 Bleached Table Linen, at. .89 
$1.75 Bieached Table Linen, .at .98 
10c Toweling will ge at ...;....' .05 

'15c Tpweling will ge at .09 

20c Tpweling will go at .......; .12 

25c Toweling will go at 16 

5c Towels will go at .'. . .03 

12 1-2c Towels will go at 07 

15c Towels will go at '. 08 

-25c Towels will^o at .14 

50c Towels will g, > at .29 

75c Towels will go at 39 

$1.50 Napkins will' go at.. :. . . .$ ,97 

$2.00 Napkins will g,> at 1.23 

$2.50 Napkins will go at .. . 1.59 

$3^00 Napkins will go at 1.87 

$4.00 Napkins will go at 2.43 

$4.50 Napkins will go at 2.67 

Draperies 

12 1-2c Cretonne will go at ....$ .07 

15c Cretonne will go at ..'. .09 

25c Cretenne will go at 09 

25c Colored Scrirn will go at ... .16 

35c CclPred Scrim will go at ... .21 

35c Colored Madras will, go at .. .19 

30c White Madras will go at .. .18 

25c Dotted Muslins will go at .. .15 

35c Dotted Muslins will gp at .... .19 

20c Art Satines will ge at ..... .'12 

20c Art Denims will ge at '. . . . .13 

25c Fancy Silkclenes will ge at. . .14 

12 1-2c Art Muslins .will gc at.. .07 

Ladies' Rain Coats , 

$8;00 WppI Cpvered Cpats, .at ..$ 4.87 
$10.00 Cravenottes will gp at . . 6.15 

$12.50 Cravenettes wiil go at 7.89 

$15.00 Cravenettes will go at ... 8.95 
$18.00 Cravenettes will go at ... 10.65 
$22.50. Silk Coats will go at .... 13.93 

Childs' and Misses Hose 

10c Cotton Hose will go at .....$ .04 
12 1-2c Cotton Hose will go at. .07 

15c Cotton Hose will go at 09 

20c Cctton Hose will go at . . . . .12 
25c Cotton Hose will go at .... .15 
30c Cotton Hose will go at ... . .18 
35c Cotton Hose Will go at . . q. .20 

19c WppI Hpso will go at 08 

20c Wool Hose will go at ..... .11 

25c Wool Hose will go at ...... .14 

35c Wool Hose will go at 19 

45c Wool Hose will go at ...... .28 

55c Wool Hose will go at 34 



Embroidery 

5c Qualities will go at . . $ .0 

8 1-3c Qualities will go at ,0 

10c Qualities will go a,t ...,>..... ' .0 

12 1-2c Qualities will go at 

15c- Qualities will go at .0 

20c Qualities will gp at 1, 

25c Qualities will go at .*...... .1: 

35c Qualities will go at , .1! 

50c Qualities will ge at 21 

75c Qualities will ge at 4: 

85c Allcvers will ge at 5] 

$1.00 All Overs will ge at 6! 

$1.25 All Overs will ge at 61 

, , Notions 

10c Safety Pins, will go at $ .0; 

5c Hooks and Eyes will go at .. .0 

10c Hooks and Eyes will go at .. .0! 

5c Common Pins will go at .... .0; 

3c Shoe Laces wil I go at .0' 

12 1-2c. Pin Cabinets will go 'at... .0i 

3c Hair Pins will go at ■*:.., .01 

5c Hair Pin Cabinets will go at. . .0; 

Hard Brushes .0; 

10c Buttons will go at CH 

15c Braids will go at ...... .0J 

Parasols and Umbrellas 

35c Child's Parasols will go at..$ .2J 

50o Child's Parasols will go at.. .2S 

75c Child'3 Parasols will go. at.. .4S 

$1.00 Child's Parasols will go at. . .63 

$1.50 Child's Parasols, will go at. .94 

$1.50 Ladies' Parasols will go at. .92 

$2.00 Ladies' Parasols will go at. 1.33 

$2.25 Lad.ies' Parasols will gp at. 1.47 

$a,00 Ladies' Parasels will gp at. -1.98 

$4.00 Ladies' Parasels will go at, 2.98 

$1.00 Ladies' Umbrellas will goat , .57 

$1.50 Ladies' U.mbrell^s will goat , .97 

$2.50 Ladies' Umbrellas will goat 1.63 

$3.50 Ladies' Umbrellas will goat 1.97 

$5.00 Ladies' Umbrellas will goat 2.97 

Miscellaneous 

35c Ladies' White Aprons $ 

$1.00 Ladies' White Aprons .67 

75c Ladies' Overalls .44 

$3.00 Ladies' Sweater Coats 1.88 

$4.50 Ladies' Sweater Coats .... 2.97 
$6.50 Ladies' Sweater Coats .... 4.33 

$1.00 Hair Turbans 63 

60c Hair Turbans ,37 

$1.00 Shopping Bags ,..'-, 08 

$2.00 Shoppin 5 .._Baj 3 5.^.__J_ VJ , 

$5.00 Shopping Bags '.- » 3,12 

Silks 

25c Jap. Silks will go at . .$ .13 

35c Jap. Silks will go at .19 

40c Jap. Silks will go at 23 

50c Jap. Silks will go at 29 



Silks 

35c China Silks will go at 18 

45c Chipa Silks will go at 27 

60c Ch'na Silks will go a^t, 34 

75c China Silks Will go at ...'.. . .39 
90c Taffeta S.Iks will go at .33 

Men's Socks 

20c Cotton Sox will go at-'.' $ .12 

25c Cotton Sox will .go at 15 

30c Cotton Sox will go at 17 

35c Cotton Sox wil Iqo at 19 

25c Wool Sox will go at 14 

,,30c Wool Sox will go at ....... .17 

40c Wool Sox will go at .23 

• 50c Wool Sox wil? go at ' .29 

Wool S°x will go at 34 

Wool Sox will go at .39 

Fixings for Men 

Braces will go at $ .17 

President Braces' will go at ... .29 

Braces will go at- ,43 

T ies _ will go at .12 . 

3-5c Ties" will go at 16 

50c Ties will go at .23 

. ,c Ties will go at ...'.., 34 

10c Handkerchiefs will go at ... .04 

Handkerchiefs wil go at 07 

?5c Handkerchiefs will go at ... .14 

Handkerchiefs wil go at 18 

$1.25 Ni-jhtshirts will go at ■ ' .83' 

J Nightshirts will go at ..... .98 

Underwear — Men and Boys 

60c Balbnggan will g6 at .!....$ .37 
85c Cotton Ribbed will go at ... ,43 

85c Wool, will go at .47. 

$1.00 Wool will go at .' 59 

$1.25 Wool will go at . : . .73 

$1.50 Wool will go at'. .' 88 

$2.00 Wool will go at 1.22 

$2.50 Wcbl will go at ...-...;..... 1.38 

40p Wool will go at ...$.24 

50c Wool will go at' .4 32 

65c Wool will go at . ' .41 

75c Wool will-po at , .'. . .48 

$1.00 Wool will go at .68 

$1.25 Wool will go at :..'..: 89 

House Furnishings 

40c Lac'e Curtains will go at $..22 

65c Lace Curtains will go at 39 

90c Lace Curtains will go at .57 

$1.00 Lace Curtains, wil Igo at ... .64 
$1.50 Lace Curtains will go at ... .93 

X u rt a i n s w i,l I - g o a4— .-.- 4^9 — 
$3.50 Lace Curtain will go at ... 2.27 
$5.00 Lace Curtains will go at ... 3.23 
$6.50 Lace Curtains will gtf at ... 3.97 
$2.00 Chenjlle Covers will go at .; 1.28 
$3.00 Damask Covers will go at .. 1.93 

$5.00 Felt Covers will go at 2.88 

$&-.5Q Amazon Covers will go at .. 5.48 



FURS! FURS! FURS! F 



In 



ALF PRICE AND I 

addition to the above list, we will, for the last three days, have for your inspection a large lot oi Furs, which, on account of space, we have been unable to show before. We found them priced at from 






95c to $28.00, but now they can go at from 53c to $l 7J>7. 



Wcscott's Staple Store, 649 Yates 





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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



11 



LACROSSE GAME 
IS 




Victoria Will Not Travel to, 
, Westminster for Provincial j 
* ' League Amateur Match 
Saturday— Labor Day Gaii. 



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BASEBALLRESULTS 

Northwestern 

IcoMA, Aug. 24.— Vancouver 

Id better ball than Taeoina. and 

Itodav in an eight inning batting 

lour nuns coming in. Mataon 

icoma. pitched good ball, but was 

poor support The Tigers hit- 

hard, but l08t runs by stupid 

iiuiiutng. 

R. H. E. 

6 9 1 

a 11 8 

l.t-uls; Mar- 



suver • • • 

iia 

lerles: Sngl<e v and 
tj.i Bynnes. 



Victoria will not travel to N« ■• 
Westminster OI3 Saturday , to BWet th< 

Hoyui Gity Amateur lacrosse twelve. 
Owing to tH" Sect thai the prptinds >1 
the champions' cit> are to be hi as* 
this week-end It has been deemed wise 
to postpone the mat' h. 

Meanwhile the Island gladiators are 
pr.-pariiiu for' theft" n--M eftoounter lh:j 
the provincial series. Thej bave h* 
to abandon hope of taking tin- Klimar 
aock cup because Vancouver has 
iirm grasp o. the league's 1«#«^ 
sitlon. But th. hav< n t lost all. Xh 
Second position Is still open and , 
the\ act. at N. v. Westminster here on 
ill,r 'las- it ..- ttui.-H. l. Is or this 1 
man-h that they are bending their en j 
erg-lea cor and they fori confident ofl 
being able to roach the requisite form 
to overcom. tl lads trpm tfta bai 
of Hi' I raser. 



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terles: Chlmaull 

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MEET TONIGHT 



u, W, A, A, Club Members Will 
Wind Up Summer's Busi- 
ness and Organize for Soc- 
cer and -Rugby Football. 



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National 



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OF ROM CITY 



New Westminster.. Lacrosse 
Twelve Have Been Cham- 
pions for Six Consecutive 
Years— History of Cu-p 



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North Ward district 
their club house at 
evening to wind on \ 

.summer season ami 

make prelimi- : 
nar y arrangemente'for the winter ae- 

UvitleS. , I .,(,,., with tin- 

All business in '"Mini" -t Ion w tn 

lacrosse leagues In « hidh " ,.' ' 
Ward teams have figured wiU oe 
el ,,i,.,i. officers w« W ■> jl '^' " 
..,,„,,. decision reached 

, lup-B ,.art in the B0CCO1 

erlea of 191Q.-U. 

.,.,., Sention of nigb> in 
,,, Nor th Ward appears otft of goes 
but it Isn't In this Instance, it is siai 
ed i . the best of ** h It: that the 
erterprisln, lad- of the northern^d is- 
trtfi contemplate entering "u llt " 

SSSr thotS out for the honors. . 



and rugby 

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concludes its sessions 

Britisi Columbia Medical Association 
Corryiends Tranquille Sanitarium 
and Urges Its Support 



: 



Ijritish .Columbia Medical • as- 
oc i- In has just concluded Its an- 



Open Singles Have Practically 
Reached Finals— Some Ex- 
cellent Games in Ladies 
Singles and Open Doubles 



New Westminster has captured the 
British Columbia cham pionship ■ ill(1 
incidentally delendea its title to the 

Mint o cup. As a result of Vaiv io t- 
s.r's last defeat at the .hands ol the 
Salmonbellies, the latter have taken 
definite possession of the. provincial 
cup for their sixth consecutive sea 
In this they have duplicated their per- 
formance biuu-n 1897 and 1902, In- 
clusive. In the latter year Vaneouv.r 
broke in for a couple of years.- 
League Titles. 
\ record of the British Columbia 
lacrosse league results since its in-- 
1 augu rat ion follows: 

1890 ■ ".'• 

1891 •.. .. •• 

7892 •'• 

1893 . i 

1894 

1895 

1896 i 

1897 

1898 v 

1899 ••• >• 

1900 . 

1901 .• 

1902 , •-•• 

1903 

11904 .- 

1905 



...... v. . .Victoria 

Vancouver i 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

New Westminster 
New Westminster 

; Vancouver 

New Westminster 
New Westminster 
New Westminster 
Westminster 
New. Westminster 
New Westminster 
....... Vancouver 

Vancouver 

strhinster 



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pres 
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recog! 
work 
thi 
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the p 
tivejy 
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le'ting, held this year at the 
lit arium at Tiranqullle. Reports 
received and representatives 
trow all parts of the province,, 
uong the papers reud by the 
was one of particu- 
,. s t by Dr. Krnest Hall.of this 
the Subject of social disease. 
» medical men attending were 
rly enihusiastic over the com- 
^ ami admirable character of 
ngemeifts at Tranuullle, while 
•d that so much could have 
mipiished with so little public 
in of the importance of the 
humanity and health. Before 
lrhment. of .the association 
is were adopted' calling upon 
and the profession res pi 
support with increased 
the work of the assoctati u 
,1 . for . the' ereftltni-vttnd maln- 
n I the institution at Tranquille. 
of the. association, which 
ri veiir in the city of Van- 
gre eh ted. a's follows: Presi- 



Only two matches' in the 

5!ri° aussrwrrs 

there were, a number of spienma 
ga The' complete results follow: 



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Open Singles 



vacuum ck-aners. 

PEMBERTON & SON 3" 



Agents 



614 Fort Street 




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-tifi.7 Carr won from Mrs. Audaln. 
Mr. U'Arey Martin won from Mr. 

B ° dWe ";di..' Single, (Handicap) 

Mrs. Holland won from Mrs, A. on- 

•f£& Mania .v B Mrs. Bowker. 

S, Mrs. l'.arnani won from Mrs. 11'..- 

land. , , .... ,, 

Open Doubles (Mixed) 

m,-. B dluespie and Mr. Scott won 

from .Mrs. laixtm and Mr.- Mattferson 
Mrs. Martin 1 Mr. D'Arcy Martin 



Dr. - E. Doherty,. New 
ler; treasurer, Dr. " J. D. 
Victoria; and secretary, Dr. 
ro, Vancouver. 



Burton and Mr. Dunsmuir. ' 
'Today's Draw 
The draw tor today follows-: 
10 ''o'clock v 
Mr Bowker's lawn: Mrs. 
;UK 1 Mrs. Kirk vs. Mrs. 
and Miss. CI 

i ourt No. 1: 
Luxton. 

irt No. 2; 
Mr.» Kirk's 1 
Mrs. Bowker, J 



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Hlespie 
is Dunsmuir vs. Mrs 



Court No, 3 or Mr. Kirk's lawn: Mrs.- 
Holland and Mrs. Martin vs. Mrs. Lux- 
t.'m.and Mrs. Galletley. 
2 o'clock 

i 'ourt No. 1: Mrs. Carr and Mr. Carr 



Barnard vs. Mrs. H.' GllleSpie and. Mr. Scott. 



re elected. a' S . follows: Presi- ■« r * ^ *%& ciapham and Mr, - 

,. weld, Vancouver; vice- -won from ^-^ ^. (<lrk won . frolI1 



New 



1906 ' ..' New Westminster 

1907 ' "". ... New Westminster 

190 o ' ' ' ' " New Westminster 

,;,„'., New Westminster 

1910 ' .... New Westminster 



Stewart 

The flneral of 5-year-old Janet 
si .-wart daughter of Mr. and Mrs 

ti h Stewart, of 2519 First street, 
takes .pl«e today at 2 p. m. from resi- 
dence, where servlce-wilLbe held. Rev. 
Dr. Campbell officiates.- 



Mrs Kirk and Mr. Kirk woii.frpm 
Mrs. Wassoi, and Mr. Dunsmuir. 
Ladies' Doubles (Handicap 

Mrs. H. Pooley and Miss Dunsmuir 
won from Mrs. C. Todd and MBr. A. 

"Mrs. Luxton' and Mrs. Galletley won 
from Mrs Carr attd Mrs. Coombe. 
Men's Open Doubles 

Mr. Bowker and Mr. D'Arcy Martin 
won from Mr. Coles ■ and Mr." Wallick. 

Mr. Carr and Mr. Kirk won from Mr. 



Burton vs Mr. Kirk. 
Miss BiitchaTt vs. 

$1 • 

12' o'clock 
Court No. 1: Mrs. Carr vs. Mr. 
Bowker. ^ _ 

Court No. 2: Mr. CArr vs. Mr. Duns- 
muir. 

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Court No. - Mrs. Barnard vs. win- 
ner of Miss Dunsmuir and Mrs. Lux- 
ton. 1. 

Curt No. 3 or Mr. Kirk's lawn: Mrs. 
ui and Mrs.. Wa-sson _ia. Mra. 
Bowker Sr., a«d Mrs- B<nvker, Jr. 

4 o'clock. 

and Mr. 
Barnard and 

M Court rt °No 2: Mrs. Kirk vs. Mrs, 
i Bowker, Jr. 



Mr Bowker's lawn: Mr. Bod well and 
Mr. Lindsay vs. Mr. Carr and Mr. Kirk. 



MANY FIGHTERS OF 

FIRE" -ARE DEAD 

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(Continued From Page One.) 



.jrt No. te Mrs. Martin 
D'Arcy MartirT vs. Mr^. 



('our 



ALBANY. Aug. 24.— The town of 
Hollev in eastern Lynn county, faces 
destruction tonight from A forest fire 
which is sweeping down the valley, 
destroying much valuable timber. 
Telephone messages from there at 7 
,,vioek stated that unless the wind 
changes or rain- comes the town will 
be burned before morning. The fire 
is now onlv one and one-half miles 



away from Holley. The fire fighters; 
cannot -cope with the. ■ t'lane 

Brands and burning limbs are now 
falling in the town. Holley Is a vil- 
lage with one store., a postofflcOr-a 
school and about fifteen dwellings. 
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NEW YORK COTTON 

i( Furnished by F. W. Stevenson & CO.) 





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M IIBBBS LTD. 

REAL ESTATE 

Members Victoria Stockbrokers' Association 




If you have property to sell, list 
it with us. 

If you want a house or a lot, a 
farm-or- water frontage, we can 
supply you with a bargain. 

TIMBER LANDS 

List your limits with us. We 
Specialize in this department and 
receive frequent enquiries for first 
class holdings. 



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P.O. Box 618 



1111 GOVERNMENT STREET 

'Phone 2445 





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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday, August 25, 1910 



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Acreage 



Five Acres, all uinlrr inluvutioii, with new (-room, large 
bouse, I'H.m-il oq FelttUm K * 1 - ; 140 lull bearing fruit 
trees, 55 young trees, 1 acre strawberries and other small 
fruits; balance in Botatoes; Price, on term-, $6,750. 
Terms car I >e arranged. 

Strawberry Vale Park. 5 acres, parity slashed, HiC? situa- 
tion. I p ruv $750. 

Pender' Island— 68 acrBsi with weil-buili fog house, and 
good well; aboul 2,000 cedar poles and good timber; 4° 
aire-, can be cultivated This property lias over half- 
mile waterfront.' Price, on any reasonable tentlS, $2,000. 

Business Property 

One Lot 60 x 120, just off Douglas St — Price $9,000; one- 

third cash. — 

Yates St., less than 1 block from Douglas — lOO x 120 and 

large 2*storej brick building--%o,0OO, on terms. 



Business Property 

Yates Street, between Broad, and Douglas, Ipq x 120 feet, 
with j-story bricjc hnilding. produein-g good revenue. 

Will he sold (heap to close estate. Price ^150,000. \ i 
reasonable terms. 

Victoria Harbor Water frontage— 'J >•«>■ Lots, Esquimatt 
Road between Elock Bay and Poinl ElliCe Bridge; 3io 
ieet of waterfrontage. Revenue prouueing. $18,000. 
One-third cash. Ij 

Cook Street, Two Lots on Corner, nice elevation - > h lot 
Is (>() x 120, all fenced, eity water passes property. Price 
$325 each. $25 cash, balance $10 per month. 

One Lot, Close to City Park and Tramway Park— Yates 
Estate. Price $300, on ra^y terms.' . 




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Government Street 

Choice Corner 120x120 

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lfv4he Business Section. LOW PRICE -EASY TERMS. 



Sure to advance during next pinety days. 



B.C. LAND 3c INVE STMENT AGENC Y 





■_ — P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. 

Phone 107 6. H3o BROAD STREET. P. O. Box 428 



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Farm $6.50 per 
Acre 

Bulkley Valley 

16.0 Acrcs-on' line of Grand Trunk Pa- 
cific. BO per cent. <>pon meadow land. 
I sr.il. with plenty <>f water. Splendid 
Opportunity f,, r growing hay and .supply- 
ing camps. Can and see. as, lor further 
particulars. O'w'ner must .sell: Price, 
$6.50 per acre, 



House $5,000 

Situated on one of the nicest streets in 
the .-city, cement walks, curb, boulevards, 
trees, lane, sewer, gas, light and phone. Six 
large rooms, bath, toilet, etc. House is 
exceptionally well built, foundation alone 
ng. over $6W>r~ X^ron't and back stair- 
cases, sliding doors, dumb waiter* from 
upstairs, furnace, etc. Fine 
lawn and large lot. . Half block. from cars. 

Very reasonable terms. 



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Home or Farm 

-6- Acres, $12,000 
300 yards from city boundary and 10 
ininutfs, l'rooYcar* 3'x ' >\ nd 

planted with mio apple trees,' just bearing, 
and about 14,000 smail ..ituitA.. . .J 

• and in g ind repair, with stable. 80 * 
jjj£ ; caty witter and »n«. Ideal lo- 

liome .-i ml ■ splendid for sub- 
dividlng. Van arrange terms. 



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Bungalow 
$3,400 

Cosy S-roomed House, just being com- 
i)l. t.'.l. Commands, a beautiful view of 
the sea and has the -advantage of being 
thoroughly sheltered from prevailing 
winds. onlv two short blocks' from cars 
and In one of the best, districts in the city. 

Snap at above price and terms. 



Investment 

5 Houses, $9,000 

All large and in , good, repair, within 
half mile circle, with 120 feet frontage, 
third lots from street car. The value of 
th(s property is steadily, increasing. The 
above offers an investment not to -Be 
equalled in any part of the city. Pays 10 
per cent. Terms. 




Fort St. $12,000 



ween Quadra and Vancouver, on lot 
60 x 120. broomed House, 00 property 
producing $480 per annum. 






And $25 per month will buy a well hu 
thoroughly modern, with half an aajf [ 
and all fenced. Barn and brood hous 
ed fruit trees. Owner desires larger 
reason for selling. 



Lots on above street are rapidly chang- 
ing nands and high increase in property 
is anticipated. ■■- 

Very easy terms. *"•■'.'. 



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ERTON & SON, 614 PORT -ST. 



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& Knur-room Cottage, 
food land, tile drained 
iickens, arid 32 assort-. 
ises, which is the only 



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GRANT & Lf » ;EH AM 



P.O. Box 307 



633 ; YATESL_ST|. r t. 

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lineham-scottI- 



Phone 664 



HEADOFFiqES \ LINEHAM & CO, 



ID & GRAV EL GO . 

>rdan River. 



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APPOINTS INSPECTOR 
F ELECTRIC ENERGY 



Provincial Government .Choose 
Chief Electrical Engineer of 

.' London, Ont,, for .Important 
Post—His Qualifications 



.Mr. D. P. 



I en- 

, ,1 i„>- the •--■■'-"■ > ,: '"' nt " f 
m nil the tttftbly lm? 

.,r i.i v v ■•■•' H ■ 

,. is rated 
(trofea- 

. •iiire Domlniony and his 



o-Klc t rlc Pow er 



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Si.-.' Roberts 

tlnH- to enter 
1- September I. 

hit inn 

rriclal 



M,. 1: commission's consulting, 

engineer, himself a senior member "'' 
unoua n«-'i> of Rom & HonUfata, 
Montreal, write most enthusiastically, 1 
aa al.s. Hon. Mr. Heck. Atter li\e 

apprentioesbip to one of the fore- 
.mo»t_elfftrh'al concerns nf Liverpool, 
Mr. Roberts Studied his specialized 
1 Victoria University. Liver- 
pool, subsequently taking v a two years' 
■ iriral technics at the 
ralty of. Waiea, from which ho snas 
.iu.ited with high honors. Joln- 
Ing the exparl foroea of the Britlsb- 
Thomaon -Houaton Co., ofTlugby. he was 
f, )r ,i: assistant en- 

Bftoeer of tli^t.-siiiiK .department, going 
then to the firm of Bruce, Peebles & Co., 

aipburgh. for whom he act. 
chief engineer In the .testing depart- 
ment f"r .1 partod of .six months, betng 
then transferred to the charge of the 
const ruction staff In charge of tfa 
Btallatlon 1 ral 'large pUutts In 

aigland. owing to ins close tcnofi 
the Oans duplea si stt 

he was later sent to O 
os engineer for Oans (ft C«>, of ai<da» 
- in charge of the li 

tlie '.<••' stem Of tlv Soutluve.M.Mu Trnc- 

.-.,.. :.ini on completing the wort 
thus committed to his nave. be returned 

10 Bittgland for six months, next touring 

Europe and devoting himself to 01 
stmiy In his profession In the- great 

electrl 

,. nt 11,. c rain to Canads whieh 

ha.i Impressed hjm as one of 1 1 .«: 

world's conn' iilimilahlc poBSl- 

■ Mgln.er of the City 

of London, being rapidly promoted to-be 

■ icr Of thai city. His festi- 

h 

1 he vary fore* 

->vorhl. 
Heavy BeBponsibilitle* 




All 





Alderman Russ Hiimber Who 
Recently Resigned Seat, is 
Elected by Acclamation— No 
Opposition '■ 



n , ha. been « 

'. ,,,„ m iii'iT or rod 1 lie j 
KParchini ■ ' ' ^ " ' 



onsibllltie 

■ 
public as (maranto 



-t upon the 

1 will stand 
thj 



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t>xceptlo 

e should b 

' 
ind electrical Int. 



■ . ctlon of equipmeni Is 

cerned. He, win have practically II- 

Itable authority to say whether or 

hi. 1 equipmeni are up to stand- 

iv ivsni'i • Up ma ■ ler such 



There will be no contest for the 
rtt'dermanle seat lit Ward Two rend- 
.i.-.i vacant recently by the resigna- 
tion ot" Aid. Russ Humber. Y- 
<lay, the date for receiving nomin- 
ations,' Aid. .ilumhcr was electi 

matlon' no other nominations be- 
ing put in against him. The return- 
ing officer, W. W. NortbOOtt, there- 
duly declared Aid. Humber re- 
elected for the unexpired portion of the 
■naiii.' term. 
It was foregone conclusion that there 
would he no opposition against Aid., 
lliMiiber though soine effort (I 
to induce a foriher alderhrian to enter 
1 test, since his resignation oc- 
casioned BJ reason of a technical 
Violation Of the Muni ■,..' lauses Act 
in thai dd a qttaatity of brick to 

the city, and also entered Into an ar- 

to permit ol the depositing 

earth and mattei 1 m his 

rds, Aid. ] 

friends wei • 1 mft lent 1 bs l be 

would be r.ei uri ■ ' 

fulfilled. Aid. 1 
ipy his scat al • ' 
council chamber i ■■ 




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\ l Convenient 
Suites 
of Office 



Rooms 



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Fort Street Lot 

60 x 120, near corner of < )uadra an4 Fort. Price for a few days ]'■ 

—— 7 $13,500 

Terms: One-third fash, balance 1 and 2 years equal pay- 
ments, 7 per Cent int. — t. 



Between Quadra and Van- 

| couvcr Sts., 60ft. with good 

house. .Monthly rental. $35. 

Price $200 , 
Per Foot 

Fine building site west of 
Dunsmuir's Castle, 195 x 186 
ft. Price $g>500. 

We can give easy terms 
on these. 



In Government 
Street 



HOWARD POTTS . 

Bown ass Building, Broad St. 

Mt.Mtlllltf'"- ♦ ♦« «»*M > »M I I " » ♦ 



A.W. Bridgman 

Real Estate, Fire and Employ- 
ers Liability. Insurance. 
1007 Government S*t. 




Cordova Ba^ t\ 



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11 : 1 i 1 ns 



■ ■' • " '■'"" "' ' , ■' .. ... 

the electrical b 

I ' ' '','''■ 

, .,,, I N '" 1" . o so 

pointmeni roafl* " ; v ' ' ' ' ' , '," ! ' 

electrical 

tlon proi 1 

b tempi 1 

the u ei t proved 

, tIl .i Hi Roberl signifies; ins 

ceptan I ■ '" ' 

Testify to nfftciem v 

\.. tb Me- I!,,i " ' 

do,, . both thi 

Hvdro-Elei t 1 Icomml lot inO 



these will D< 

■sequenc. ii 

'ion. 



.. previo 

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meat or his 

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fltrte till '■ ■ -• ■ ■ 

entire sal 
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nd that a man 

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isp com] • ten< ■■ 

his IikIk- 



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NEW INSPECTOR OF 
CENSED PREMISES 



I National Realty. Go>-.1 1! 

Phone 1 165 7T 

1232 Government St. 



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the 



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■ n'ii 1 CoHn S, Oamp- 
oi i' ivTnoTal Police ti 

Also A i t. as Inspector for 
Inmbia 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



1 ■ . 1 1 ■ 1 1 . 1 i n 1 m ' ■ ' 1 ' has bee; 
• • ol ' "nie!' 1 instable 

I] -for man:. 



lei id. d 
[In a. 



provincial, police scr- 
luarters at Vancouver. 
of t ! Incial con-, 

e pa 11 n 

•1 created nnd 
■ 1 llauor license 



■ ot of Mt. || 
Park; fine soil, beauti- J 
f.ul view, fronting oh the, pro- 
posed beach road, fthd within ♦ 
mn htindred" feet of the beach,- || 
to which access will be siven 
by roadway. -This is n- choice 

Price $4000 



Choice Property near 
Duncan for Sale 

Comprising 27% acr< (C.1 cleared and al iindcrdralned.) Kx- 

■ I , c ,-.] ] ., , m ed hOmt, with mo EMBVeniencea. (Jrcenhoyse, barns. 

•■"'"stebles. cow Hi ' '"V carrier, holds i.M tons.) Orchard 

and small fruits. Good veil and Uvlnjf Hi-Hng. sufficient for all t.ur- 

poses of irrigation. Al! l and well fenced- P rice ....$11,000 

A. W. JONES, Limited 

608 FORT STREET; . • 






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the i i looted 

regnla tlon act if 

i ■ tddltion ■ t his i!" 
appointee \ i 11 fl thi ■ 
to! " ; provlii which office 

ha bi ri 

ol' Mr. .1. i i M . i , to ' ap- 

pOlnt.iiient as k'o' i mini 

: ■ Campb. . 

ime the duth of ins new position i"' 1 
on the L«1 Bepternbei proxln The King • 

appointment i ■ tnnot but Humrn 

i om iiienii li' cit throughi it 
provlm a •*< Hllti 



W. ft Ellis 

Room 6, 1122 Government Street 



y\VCIlllC l '' ON A FINE StREEt CLOSE IN 

|| 75 x 140 with lane at rear. 



Near Douglas Street 
Modern 8-n.xnncd--t-.lt m- r. ,il! 



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Balance an 



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SPOKANE MINIWO STOCKS 



COMPANY 




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Comox, Vancouver Island { 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




REAL ESTATE 




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."; City- Hall, price per acre . - - " 
THREE LOTS on Cowan Avenue, 150x175 feet 
FOUR LOTS off Gra 



miles from 
$1,500 

$1,800 

$660-$700 



FOR SALE 



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nine Avenue, each ~,:/ 

THREE LOTS on linden Avenue. ■«.■■- '~~ 

TWO LOTS on Wellington Street to be sold en block, price 
FIVE WATERFRONj LOTS, Shawnigan Lake, about 2 1-2 acres each, ^e 



6-roomed House, new. modem. P^ttdtrgasl Street . . 
6-roomed House, .Cordova l:'.;i> . large lot, 6p X 200 feet 
8-roomed House, Pandora .'-Street 



$3,800 
$3,700 

$7.5°° 



$6,500 



9 y 2 acres. Old West Saanich Road, all good ;«»il, w 

buildings, chicken yard, trail trees, etc. . . . : 'r. , . . 



roicjt, new groomed House, 'good out- 
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and garden. Rent, to, a good yearly tenant, pepirorrth .— . . . ._. * 5 



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SOLE AGENTS. . 

DAY & B. BOGGS 

620 FORT STREET, YICtORIA, B. C. 



Established 
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SW1NERTON & MUSGRA VE 

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Hold the Fort 
Street Properties 




A SNAP! 



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Modern 1 1-2 Storey House- 

With full basement, Princess Avenue, near City Park. For quick sale, only ,$2,950. 



Terms: 



APPLY TO 



COLES & ODD\ 



N.E. Corner Fort and Blanchard, 60 * 120. .Price. $40,000. S. 0.000 cash. ' 
Fort Street, Between Blanchard and Quadra, 60 x 120. ., Price $2*000; $8,000 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. ... . . . . ■ . ,. ■» 

——~- REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 

P. O. Pox 167 i- ? o5 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office 



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Balance in eactTcase to' be arranged. 




GREEN &BURDICK BROS. 

REA-t ESTATE INSURANCE 

, Phone. 1518 



We hnve some good acreage In 
small blocks, --far— sale at ,-^ 01 - 
. wood, 09 VWtY easy ternia. 

Several blocks of land on and 
near the new Mill Hay roattr 

Also several business proper- 
ties In the heart of Victoria. 




167 acres of g. »1 land. :;.0 frnl 
trees bearing. 'Jlose to steam - 
boat landing. Small house, barn 
and stables., An ideal spot. 



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Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets 



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Eatat* At»nt«, Stocks. Ininnnci. 

Telephorio ill9. P. O. Drawer 785. 
Boom 10, mtioo Blcck, Victoria. 



X I ALBERT TOLLER & CO 

Imperial Paflk Chambers 
604 YaUs Strtat 



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Will Want the Southwest Corner of Pandora Avenue and' 
Quadra Street at a Big Figure soon 
ANYBODY " • 
Can Have It Now for $15,000 ■ ' 

The lot is 59 x 120 feet, bounded on three sides by streets 
and with two good houses thereon. 

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Buys 



Three Lovely .Lots with a Modctn Dwelling House, 

Garage and Fine Ornamental Garden 



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iSi acrps, near' Clnyoquot, with 
wat^r front of excellent sandy - <, 
beach; price per acre. ..... * 9 

Lot. Meniies St.. near Sim- < 

$1900 J + 

Large lot'. Superior St., 60x110. 
near government bld^s. . .$3100 

Busine*!. lot. • 60x120. Esqulmalt ',', 
road. bvtWMn Kock Bay and ■■ 

— Potirt-EUla bridges, price. .*1600 • 



E. WHITE 

604 Broughton Street. 

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■ venicnt to Dallas Road. Park and Cars, on Very Easy 

-;"■'■ Term-. 



\ Heisternian 

J 1207 Government St. 



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Phone 55, 



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♦0x130 SUivonue producing. 13.000 * 

120 Near Blanchard St.. 20,000 ♦ 

60x120 Nearer Blanchard. . 21,000 J 

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1 A hu«l lesw COl Q«f I"! In a 

location, enn't b« heat. i' 

Easy terms on all these. 



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B«ai Batata Agent. ,T 

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... 4. In Our Opinion 

Read This Advertisement They a™ s n a P . 

ST. JAMES STREET-One.l.hick from the Oak Bay Hotel and beach 
and-l.li , block from Oak B*y car. 2 lots for ^al.^ a U ^"'^ J; ^ a , h 
-oil building restriction $3,000. Ternis V* cash, balance ii«w 

iJ&'ttoOM H'iuSE'oN DAvIe STREET-l.O.feet from the .car 
fa«. 1 "° I H. ar"l I ;,«. h,,„s- ha. all .nnclorn Com ■ Btreet has 

!eme,u .sill.'-.lk.s Prlc?. J3.150. Caah |1M and the balance «t l*» 

J300 cash, balance *25 t>«r month andL •« *pP"~L N p|NE STREET^ 1 "^ 
^ DrtnM MOUSE AND GOOD LEVEL LOT ON rMlNE, o "•-•• ' 

JlCTORIA WEST rl,.^.o the atreet cara and churches «d.choo». 

S^SghbOrhool Price; »1.»00. Terms. H00 cash apd the bal- 

JhZ -u J*' oer month, including Interest. . 

RIOHARDSON STREET-H.^uiltul level lots In thr Douglas A 3 tate 
RlLHAHUbUN ointui ,,„„«.„ Th«»sp lots aro unsurpassed as a 

hut below Government house. iruse 101s »• „,,,.,_ o-rowlnK 

HOLLYWOUU fttfu '" , , ,. , I,-..., 1 |j.,. bench those are the cheap- 
at 118 in 1. month. ' . . - -- 

McPhcrson & Fullerlon Bros. 

Phone' 1888 618 Trounce Avenue 



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Genuine Bargain 




Nine Large Lots 
walk from car. N. 
easy monthly paynrwa 



n Pine Street, jus1 Imic Averme^djdming city limits, three mlnut 

Irti ,-lr-ir"-l'--""l hiorli and ilr\ . No rot 



Linden Avenue 



CRASSV LOT WITH '» i-i;kt FRONTAGE 
Price only $1,450, on Terms ^— 
. Beat Buy on the Street 

, WILLIAM MONTEITH 



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REALTY AND TIMBER ♦ 

Room 11, Mahon Block. Insur.nca-Fire, Life and Accident ♦ 

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LESS THAN COST OF ! 
CLEARING t 

BO Acrfs of splendid bottom land, 
ifront&ge, »R acres ifed 

lovely running stream (lows 
through tii«' . prober! v; nil 
fenced; no buildfngfl; within i 
us fr"in Victoria. Price per 
acre .'. ■ • • • 350.00 

ANOTHER SNAP 



Good Building 
Lots Close in 



Five-room Bungalow on FettWOd* 

Bob, bui V»e« ''■ av,n - 



^iodern 

Road, electric light full 
M will sacrifice. Terms 



10 per cent, cash, i>;ii;i 
.'.. •• $450 



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Real Eatata, Loana," Inauranca 



CONTRACTORS! 



1218 Langley Street 

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ay nve. 2 lot*, t 
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iK l"ts In Oak 

and 

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B. G REAL! V COMPANY 



i,i.n'di:\ avi:. cloaa to "ft*. one 

1,,, st.-.oo on tc rm.M. 
Ql'KKNS avk racimi city park, ;; 
' two iota Mot) leaa tljan Rdlotn- , 

i" co'^rs iffli 6a« BAt 

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Vancouver Street— large lot. 

Term? •• $ 8 5° 

Victoria West— Jot. 50x100. 

' $150 cash $4°° 

Davie Street— ju>i off Oak 
Bay Avenue, cemcnl walk 
an.! boulevard, 64x120. 

( )ne-tli J irtl cash $700 

Corner Pembroke and Cook 
—Double Cottier. 120x126. ;; 

Terms • ■ $2,500 •;; 

Corner Princess and Van- ■ 
.Couver. Terms . . $1,250 ! j 
Vancouver, near Princess. !. 
Terms ........ i .. $1,050 |, 

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Tm Acrea of A-] land uncle'ared, 4 

vith botih sea and lake trontage t 

jand level and easily pl< .ly^'. 4 

adjoining wharf. ■ j 

about, two hours from , Victoria t 

A desirable id a good a 

bu; tcr< $2b.oo ♦ 

ANOTHER, SNAP t 

I llr Acrea, small orchard, |0 acres 1 

of fine iniifi. mail I 

. house aii.i otttbulldlngi * 1 ue * 

natural spring," of lovely wntor. t 

piped I" ho •• n I 

lmpdemt •■ I 

ery thing on the piai t 1 t 

Price $3,150 t 

YET ANOTHEK SNAP J 

■io *cfea, m cleared, fruit t 

treea bearing, of J 

am, etc., go J 

Prfee $3,500 ♦ 

R. GRUBB 
1212 1 Street J 

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Plummer & Ridcout : ; Fleming & Dowsweli 



1 1 Currie & Power ; r^** ? 

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One Pound 
Makes 
200 Gups 




Yearly Sale Over 20,000,000 Package* 




On the Waterfront 



Your 
Grocer 
Sells It 



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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Avo. Phono 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



|G. T, P, Liner Brings Lauriei 
Party South' — Brings Fur!; 
for Local Hudson Bay 
pany 



Com- 



COOK 



CLAIMS 
HE WAS 



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ROBBED 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

Lcavinii V'iiMorl . n I W > 

luanu-rj QfKEN oil >'ITY OK l'l 

THROUGH SERVICE.™, 

l.rmv s.aiil.i ]i a. m., steamer GOV- 

1 RNOR OR PRI 3IDENT. Aug. 20, Sept. 2. 

For Southeastern Alaska. COTTAOH CITY 

sr CITS OF Bl leavei Seattle 9 P. 

r.i.. Aug. 25, :u, Bept B, I 2, 17. 

I : : D FREIGHT OFFICE— 1117 

Whar' II r. . i Phone 4. 

R P RI1 Hfe I A CO . Ltd . Agent* 

C. D. DUNAN N. Gen i . .m;nt. 

112 Market St., San Kranclaca 
For further Information obtain folder. 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The favorite pussenger atoamer 

Lamosun 

Leaves Vancouver every WTetaea 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl -.'(•■moon 
Arriv. ■ . •." .rt every &>tur. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart av«ry Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Prince Cuipert every Sun. B 
Arrives VSneouver every Tuesday ;i am. 
Tickets' from Vlotoris, at liua Wu.u-r 
street T. h-phone 1161. 



Vessel" Left Again for Seattle 
—Brought General Bud- 
get of News From the 
North 




TlirotiKh tickets am! thri nr-n tillls of 
i ring ere o w la« I ini Fugst 

t n,l and British Columbia porter to 
Atlin, B. C Dawson, y. T. and Falr- 
I , 1 . 1 ; 1 n ide at 

Sksgway with our dally trains, at 
White Hoi •■• m. 1 ' arlbou with. our 
river and Inke steamers and at Dawson 
'with steamers for points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Rur further -Informal! 1 Tpiy. 

TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT W. P. & Y. R. 
<05 Winch Building. Vancouver, B. C. 



S. S. "College Widow 



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Leavea the G. T. P. Wharf at 7:30 

a. m., every Monday, Wednesday 

and Friday 



I'nr .-;ilt Spring, .Maviie. Oal.lnnn, 

Pi ml. t ind other Islands, calling 

•1 I ."" Ichan Bay oh Mondays and 

Roche Harbor on sami-days. 

Lflavi M..yno Island at T.:00 a. m. 

day, ■ T! I nnd 

for Victoria and %\ay 



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See ".'lrae Card 

Freight Accepted, 

g;e Widow" can 
•d for special tripe 



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on 



ling the round trip t-tv-Erinee 

it witLL the sir Wilfrid Laurtar 
tu. Grand Trunk Pacific liner 
Prince George ■ steamed into, p 
mgiit with .a largo number of tocaJ 
ay.-i-. Included. in. iIk freight of 
tiie .vessel,- was another large con- 
signment of Cure from the Skoana 
■ ■ ■ .1 Hudson Bay i '"in-. 

The shipment numbered some 
iale». 
The passage wus one of pleasure for 
the entire round trip-— little rough 
weather being encountered. P 
air Wilfrid scemlogb enj ■ I thepro- 
gt:.nune provided liiiri on the popular 

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.The .".local ..passengers mludid:, .Mr. 
and .Mrs. W. 11. Langley, Mr. and Mrs. 

it." i.. Druxy. and two children, Mr. R. 
Drvry, Mr, and Mrs. Joshua I • 
Halph smith, m. p., and Mrs. smith, 
Mr. and Mrs, John Hart, Son. William 
and Mis. nan. it. N< Nicholas, 

Alex. Smith, Ottawa; Mr. and- Mis. 
Killingtun, Dr. Brnstit and Mrs; 
I i Hendry bind Mrs. Hendry, Nov* 
tminster; t;. ... .mi tonald and 
vote, Mr. and Mrs. K. Kelly, 
Ke n n e dy , Efc a. Munn, ■ 
Mrs. and -Miss Sharper, K B I • 
II. K. | Mr. and -Mrs. .1. > ;. Smith. 

... ; Claimod He Was Robbed 

Claiming tl . . t 1 

TrVi n't "" '■' i h e northern 
camps on th. i < last night 

charges, against, the vessel, lie claim- 
ed that the ' 

from during the passage 

t'r< in PrlB to this 

to th me of 'his allegatlons_.it 

own last night. 

brought by the, .Prince 

Prince Rupert is soon to 

.3 plant for both lighting and 

fuel purposes. A site is being 

chased i', i my, which will be 

known as the Telmpsean Light and 

i • ei ■.: p ui\ The mack i 

bee: red in England, the whole 

rtdlture of the plant' renresentinc 

a. cost of over $160,000, The mains 

will be made of the best of steel pipe. 

it is also th. ■ int. ntiou of the oompany 

t... later eonstrutc.1 an electric plant 

and open a street railway servic.'. 
Mr. Jam.s \ \i lOte, of Seatllu, 

i he Western' Sfeel Cor- 

■ •1 Hon is having his recently ac- 
quired coal m • en Char- 
lotte islamls thorohghjy looked into 
with the object of utilising them In 
the making of coke for steel works, 



equipped with wireless. The 

muster of the Q Griggs," 

i>t. 'E. R. Sterling, who Is also the 
which be plans to locate somewh n, ' r ,,f tllf ' v^sel, Installed U 

In the i prov ince. ' wreless at. a coat, it is said, of *700 



By Government Wireless 



8 a- m. 

Point Grey.— Cloudy; S. wind; 
I'Ltr.,- -Sl.'Jti; term).'. 55i sea 

smooth; ao shipping. 

Cape La/.o. ClOUdy; S. W. 
wind; bur., 29. &S; temp., ijii; 
Bea smooth; spoke l'tiiicc 
George will arrive N'ancouver 
1 1 a. in. 

Tatoosh. — Clear; S. E. Wind; 
Par., 2 .113; temp.. Gti; sea 
sin. mii h. passed a barge in tow 
ol iiiK K'atoosli, :i a. m.; passed 

..in 8- masted schooner Archer 
8.10 p. in. 

BSsI evan. i Hear; oalm; bar.., 
28.88; temp,, 54; spoke Tees 
northbound B.80 a, m. 

I'llin . Rupert. — Cloudy; 

calm; bar., 30.05; temp., ofi; 
bpoke steamer Cottage City 

southbound S.15 a. in., spoke 
. pi ike I'.ertlia southbound off 
w a tson Rock !» a, m. 

lK.Hla. — Cloudy; calm; Par.. 
P ii :'.'•"'.. I emp., h6; sea 

smooth; no shipping. 

Trinagle.- Cloudy ; .\. W. 

wind; bar., 119.95; temp., 56; 

sea smooth; spoke, steamer Vic- 

' p, m. ~2~ miles from 

Capi Flat tery. 

chena. — Clear; calm; bur., 
■, temp., it smooth; 

no shipping. 

Noon 
Grey.— Clear; X. W 
wind; liar., 30,06; temp., 56; sea 

smooth; Prince George spoke 

southbound 8.15 p. in. 

''ape Lazo.- calm; 

bar., 29.95; temp., 56; 
smooth, oo shipping. 

opah;— Clear; s. E. wind; 
bar., 28.96; temp., 56; sea 
smotli; no shipping. 

ii. — Clear; calm; bw 

30.05; tenip., 56; sea smooth; 
no shipping. 

ikeda.— Clear: S. u "". wind; 
bar., 29.95; temp., 56; sea 
smooth; no shipping. 

■iaiigle.— Hazy ; calm; N T ! 
W. wind; bar.. -'9.96; temp., 56; 
light swell; no shi|)ping. 
6 p. m. 
tit Grey. — Clear; calm; 
SO.'.'O; temp., til; sea mod- 
erate: passed out, Prince 
10 p m. 
kpe La/.o. — Cloudy; calm; 
56; sea 
sea smooth; spoke Prince Rup- 
ert northbound passing Chet- 
ham Strait 3 p.m. 

toosh.— Cloudy; calm; bar., 
29.95; temp;, 56; sea smooth; 
passed OUt, steamer City of 
Puebla 12.30 p, rn. 
Bstevan.— Clou< E «ind; 

8O»0B; temp., — 55; si 
at Kyu.i m 

Pa'chena. — Clear; :< 38; 

p.. 66; si rati 




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SECOND DEFEAT ; 

XPWPdRT. R. I., Aug. 24.— ♦ 

I'or the second time' in his ♦ 

in bis career, li.'uis c Wright, * 

"1 Boston, met del'eat today in ♦ 

i be Una! round of the all-coni- ♦ 

ers lawn tennis tournament oh -*- 

ibe easino courts here. Thomas ♦ 

< !. Pamdy, of LOS Angetl s, heal -•■ 

him 6-3, 6'-3; 6-s'. 10-8. In the ■♦ 

flnAl map h tomorrow th. bfll- ♦ 

llanj i nuflg Paclfli i oast pis yer •♦ 

""ill "'• ■ ' < 'Ii impion A. Lamed, > 

of Summit, X. J. ♦ 




Touriday, August 25, 1910 



♦ J Seattle Paper Aceredils Disap- 
pearance of tfja v Stars ■ and 
Stripes to Many Foreign 
"••"racler.s 




That the American merchant marine 
is being killed by the United Stati 
government Itself In chartering foreign 

■»■ i bottoms to come with naval 8 Is to 

♦IPaigej Sound la tha opinion nf the Se- 

♦ attle Times, which is quoted her. 
•♦as follows: 

♦ I After remaining in this section for 
nearlj a year, the British steamship' 
Cape Flhfste rre.wlll feave Pugel Sound 
in a few— days for the Antipodes, and 
thus remove one more of the si 
foreign tramps from the local tonnage 
situation, Sent to Bremerton with coal 

lor the navy yard by a paternal.gov- 

♦ srnment which refuses to employ 

♦ a • ttoms at a slightly higher 
figure, although American shipping 

laws make it in: i ..rate 

them as cheaply as foreign bottoms, 
the Cape Flnisterre, with others of her 

+ type, has been a thorn In the ilesh of 
American shipowners during her stay 
here. She carried coal from Xanaimo 

. aymas, took a cargo of lumber to 

♦ tt< ibO in the Columbia river, 

, ind returning will now carry another 

^ cargo of. lumber to Adelaide. 

_, While she has i n operating at h 

low figure, \meilcan vess els In 

. i ' x, ise nnd off-shore lumber tra3e" 

have been laid up, rotting in idlem 
because unable to compete in rates 
with the foreigner sent jtero b >' govern- 
ment officials in whoso selection Puget 
Sound owners assisted. The attitude 
of the government In flooding the Pa- 
cific Coast with foreign tonnage 
responsible for the rapid disappearance 
the stars and Stripes from the ves- 
sels lying in the J' dully 
windjammers are being reduced to 
hulks and barges, and no new vessels 
are built I thelir pjta< • 8. At times 
American shipowner is so hard 
pressed that he registers his vessel un- 
der, a foreign flag to take advantage 
Of the inducements an i its offer- 
ed foreigners by our government, in 
its discriminations against American 
shipping. 

situation is becoming so appar- 
ent that shipping men do not stand 
in prophesying dire things in 
case of an ontbreay of war with a 
naval power, when this co untry would 
be helplesg for lack of colliers. 

The finisterre is a fine type. 

■e-f-.of vessel of 2,803 net tons, and in com- 
mand of Cap! >>'l She loaded 



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A 



w ' ,s ' "inmu ati d with and fts b; lal 

aid rsQuesti i in connection \\ Ith a pro- 
posed expenditure of J50JJ00 on a new 
and modern Isolation hospital for Vic- 
toria. The matter was in dui course 
■ >i to lion. I it v .in . , , , rnlnls- 
Mead of provinqial public health 
affairs, and he In his turn obtained a 
special report on the subject IfrOm 
Or, '' ,i. Pagan, secretary of the prov- 
incial board of health. 

The l atter re port was subsequently 
considered by the executive and a 

tlUnlcation addressed to his wor- 

M tyor Morley, informing him that 
in the opinion -of the ' prerfnclaj au- 
thority the expenditure of 816:000 or' 

'"' would he fully adequate for. the 
purposes in view. It was intimated also 
that the government was prepared to 
contribute by grant twenty-five per 

of the require d amoun t, upon the 
sole condition that the province be 
given the right to send to the new hos- 
pital patients fronVSunbrganteeJ 
tricts, for which patients th 
maintenance rates will be paid! 1{. is 
-to, hi that the viewpoint of the 
provincial government has been ac- 
Cepted by the civic authorities and the 
new hospital plans will be carrTefT for- 
ward on the lines of the government's 
suggestion. 



Ancient Order of Foresters First 
' Anneal Picnic 



oooococcoococo 



AT DUNCANS 



<xxxxxx>ooooooc 



Saturday. August 27th 

' SPECIALj TRAIN SERVICE 



Trains leave Victoria at 9 



Jca'vuig Duncans at 5 p.n, 



4-p.m. " Returning, 



anci 



A Good Programme of Sports 



ADULTS, ^1.45 



CHILDREN, 75^ 



'ickets may be had iJim an lo.ir.'.cr of .the committee 



VICTORIA STILL 

IS UNDEFEATED 

. — (Continued from Page Nine.) 



Kootenay— Second Inning 

A. C. Butler, b. Gooch ......... 

■' D. Kerr, b. Gooch . .' .'...;... 

)•:. Mnhon, b. Gooch ; 

A, Wrightson, c. Macirlonald; b. 

Afkey ..,,;•.... t , ,. 

A. Stubbs, c. ( v ross; b. Gooch .... 

VV, Pearson, b. Gooch. 

It. C. Manning, stp Gale; b. Askev 

C. Crawford, b. Gooch ^ 

E.' Hocking, c Macdonald: b. Askev 

A. U flkinson, not out . : .,. 

K. Daneshorough, ibw., b. Gooch ... 
Extras' . . . 



Ask.->y 
Gooch 



Bowling Analysis 

■"" O. M. R 



67 



W 

I ■ I %& . 3 
6.4 22 7 



♦ 

♦ W I.8B t( tap., 56. 

♦ ui.ooth; spoke Prince Rup- 
it. ert northbound passing in ■ 
*■ p. m.; out, barge' Lousiana 

♦ p in. towing. 

♦ Ikeda.— Hazy; X. E. win.!; 

> bar., 30.05; temp., 56; nea 
-♦- smooth; no shipping. 

♦ Triangle.— Char; X. W. wind; 

> bar., 29.9a; temp., 56; light 
'♦ swell; spoke Cottage city north 

♦ Of .wueen Charlotte Sound, 
4- 12.20 p. "m. 



VICTORIA GOES TO 

ESQUIMALT FOR REPAIRS 



Vessel Will Receive Minor Necessary 

Repairs at Esquimau and Will 

Be Painted 

The i •., ii. nil. :n pi iin Her, Pris 
[oria upon arrival' from 

proceeded dhfectly to QsQuimalt 

In few 
, • ' ck win be rush« 

I . I .ml l'l. ■ Wil l, Ball e 

in lie . •• oohodul i this i ■ ■ 

noon fo 

" Th.- 1 1 1"! • will irrj i from Seattle 

lili i >:• Cbarlotti ■ m 
a 

Beafueaa Cannot Be Cured 

by local applieal " •• : ■ ■ ■ 

,..,,:. Hi | I | , 1 1 . I I I ,1 1 ] . I f ' I ■ ■ , ■ , I ; 

Tliel a I { to i ■ 

'and thai ' oal remedies. 

i'ii 

oil ion "f "• • ■ lining ■■ ■: vt 

i . tai id:, ii i ui bin tube is 

Miiiii. i ou 1 'i rurabl • i 

Imp o w.J 

closed, 1 

unlesi < he Inflami taken 

, ,i and tie-.' tube p es t ar e d to Ms rtoi 

, . 1 1 , , . n . i i • i • ■ tiring w in 

i ., , i out of tei caused 

by Catarr! which Ib 

, ,,,,. . i | i of the ta !•■ ius 

ii ' -i pollai 

, a-ie Of I '•'•> I ' ■ ■ ■ -i 

.III I lull ell 111 ' .U'C.li, I ' I blll'fl 

Catarrh Cur< Send tef oil ounn . i 

\\ ■■- K\ K i 

i I- ,|... i .!, 



S\..rd was brought, of an experience 
of .Mr. Batrii Sfswart, wit-h 

■ 
last w.'ek in- awi i found 

alongside him. The late Mr Keefe 
was in Stew a ttin t oimuctioii with the 

C X. I; Pi.itlan.l Canal shOrt line. 

and ..ft tin- completion of the i » 

would have' held a ve-r\ 

position with the road, ins wife and 
family live in ndJ Thi hoe 

he. n brCUght SOUth^ 
"lu Call, of this city,, who 

been making a visit in Northern 
Itish Columbia, giving many of his 

the 

I ' 

\ Galena Ore Struck 

V 'on. a wave "f excitement was 
in ui -d, saj a the uminee., 1 1, raid, 
; when w. S. Sargent returned | 
i from th.- puis with news ol findin 
.' of galena ore 'i ■ r de i • 

i mOu n I iins' ai \ , a or eij 
j of low n and tl [our miles from 

way line. n«. yald tl. 
from three 1 ■ \ • 

tnd feet in leni I 

and lb;. I pi ; | aimil I I . I he 

-Miles lirough: 

at ar nt, He and his ptartnt • 

: • group ol '■■ v .'ii claims i 

in a it Ion of . quai : 

i porphyi dikes 
- ' ' 

■ i" . 
that part tngi wW be thpi 

oughly i ■ • : In thi . 



for ii ..f his son. ■ ho i? 

accompanying his father Ybunw 

Sterling has conducted some Int. 

iniateur experiments in win 
and Induced his father to try the ex- 

- nt On the "Abnei- Coonrn" 

the operator la ('apt. Thomas Murray's 
Japam i iln hoy, a smart 

Srippon -who has made good 
use of bis ■para moments in learning 
is thei .no shore sta- 
tions nio-.g the mainland, south of 
the California boundary line, which 
i an be picked up by wirelesi the' ap- 
■ be of use most- 
ly In iiiicating between ships 
or with bmari cai rylng 
shipping ^nefr-on the 
Pacific do not anticipate that wireless 
w ill I SI universally adnptl 

(all, the experiment on these'', two 
windjammers hai ed eons 

and i- com the 

two raasti . the re rulta attained 

. i : ■ ■ cxi ted 



go at MukilteoahTI then shift- 
Cd . , to P o rt iUakcley to 'completer Last 
Saturday afternoon she came to West 
Seattle to take on a. little bunker coal 
before proceeding to Comox to 
fuel for her trip across the Pacific. She 
will sail the latteF part of the week 
for Adelaide. 

. » — | • 

Ingerkip to Rupert. 

.-'.According . to advices received by 
h & StewaTt, the big 
er Ingerkip is due to reach 
today from .la pan with a cargo 
of nearly four thousand tons of ce- 
ment. 

■a 

City of Puebla Out . 
The PaciJ • ist Steamship .com- 
i City of Puebla left the outer 
terday morning for the Gold- 
en Gate with a large number of 
sengers. All California passengers of 
the Australian boat boarded the 
sel here. 



Notes 
The' >* Victoria team for Friday's 
match with Strawberry Vale and- that 
for Saturday's match, in which it is 
conceded they . will figure, follows:' 
Martin, Tye, Hebden, Coates, Lowery, 
Barnacle, rork- (L. S. V.), Galliher, 
Thomas, Gillespie t.J. H.), and Mar- 
shall; — T '-' 

Mrs. Beauchamp Tye served after- 
noon tea on the Victoria cluli's grounda 
yesterday afternoon. She was assTsted 
by Mrs. l-'auan, Mrs. Coles, Mrs. Cflr- 
mlchael, jMrs. Wulffetahn, Miss Rome, 
the Misses Blackwood, Mrs, Campbell 
(Vancouver), Miss Wark and, Miss 
Thompson (Vancouver). 




FAILED TO' LAUNCH 
PRINCESS 



T AGAINST 
VICTORIA AND SIDNEY 



Residents of South Saanich 
/Petition Government Claim- 
ing Unsatisfactory Service 
—Date for Hearing Fixed 



troubli 



brewing 



MAY 



Canadian Pacific Liner Still Remains 

On Rocks — Unsuccessful in 

First Attempt 



'■' at lie I 'run ess M a -. . 
"11 LCCOUnl of th. 

!.-■ an Canst, was 1 1 r ■ 

was SiVfd yesterday 



WIRELESS TELEGRAPH 

ON SAILING SHIPS 



:P|e 
• ■ llhel of 

, w ord that 
ii mi the wreckers of the lU-fatec i 
p u ine i . The telegram to the i 
i i! officials read is follows in 

successful In I mi.' Lu,!' May." 

The first attempt was made v tei 
- ■ ■ ■ ■ •■ : ii is possible that 
another atl rhpt urill be made tod ■ 



Many Boats are Being Equipped Now! 

— Everett G. Gnijigs of This Port 

Was Equipped Last May 



Bold &> in " ■ ■ ■ 
•i aha Hall'i I emilj Pilb 

l+r^n. 



foi 



,nsl ipa 

i 



" ■ I ' -billed |n 

several - easel I White 

Star , i.' ! iftlp I,:. ,,, hi,- 1, i^'t 

Bl, Jul "ii p. t'] • \ oj - 

age i" '• i with I,.: ,- ,,i. ■ 

■ H equipped bi 
•. appai 
,"i w hlfe i he "Merse; I pj Qbabb 

eglstered 
ti,. LTniti d Kingdom to boasi 
wireless ti ■'■ graph pis tt anol b< i Brit 

■ . Mi" S I > I : ' : I . | . , ■ 1 1 1 i n , . 

i (.Grigs iris, B 

c , e • quipped last its 

i •: Lourenco -i 
-in- v, 'i h Sn ning 

i i ,',, i | ibout the 

time- -' the "TSverett G i hriggs," waa 

the \11 ' lop A l'l" I i 'ohurn." 

i. ,,11, ,; [or E'ort Nai.-i!, w hlch has also 



for the Victoria and Sydney rail.. 
comiti rons of that 

North and South 
1 1 lets having' 'appealed to 
the provinqial government against 
■- icrlbed tiadeq - 

■ 'Vice provided I 

ted railway company; 

I :• mattOl ime before the e 
a short ni. 
hi'-Ul v e.Rte.rday '.morning, when it was 
i ■ ' ' ' the protest of the 

■ ' tei i \ i S. patrons on the 
7th proximo. * 



TO 




TO 



Atlantic City a Seaport. 

Atlantic c: peat ambition to 

,-■■-,;.- POtt With 

running not only to Phi 

pha i» i., i ■ • re aoyi la main 

n.'w w ork, Boston and 

e ' Ke^ B ' ports. War-, gft , ,, ,, 

.a Kui when Ma),,, h 

R i: tj ue. n. I. c s A . officiallj i 

i'.. I Mayor Btco that the Board bl 

ill meet at Atla itli - 

raw weeks to Inspect Absei on 

tnl< : : " : " ■ ordant i with the action 

res .. orderng a Burvej ol 

i tterwaj While no date ' baa 

S ei ■ ' ■ ed for the vi«it pf the 

: upon w In.se ,|,', iBiOTl 

th the project will ham;, ad- " |J expected that i bylaw will 

' was given In order that shortly be .presented to th property 1 

Atlantii Citj offtoials the several | owners of Victoria providlm i loan 

yachting organizatona and the At- i 1,r MO.000 for the purpose rrfcreri 
lantlc City Tr anspo rtation Co., which ''""' Equipping s modern Iso i 
Is operating steamers iii T'lilladelphla. Il'ltal in th|s cite. 

may have aa opportunity to prepare it will be remembered that 
data in support of the resort's cause, {weeks ago u\% provincial go 



HOSPITAL Hi 

— 

Provincial Government - 8 
ESls That Isolation Institi!- 
tlon Could Be Erected for 
Twenty Thousand Dollars 



Some of those who witnessed the 
Victoria -Burnt rd match yesterday 
were Mrs. Phipps, Mrs. Brett, Mr. and 
Mrs; Dewdney, Mr. and Mrs. Genge, 
Mrs. Gillespie, .Mrs. Crease, Mrs. York, 
Miss Pooley, Miss Pitts, Miss M. Pitts, 
Mrs. Stannurd and Miss Williams. 

A cricketer writes the Colonist in 
the endeavor, to ascertain the where- 
a bouts of a vagrant pocketbook. He 
says that it was lost on the 1 Albion 
grounds last Tuesday and-that it con- 
tained. $10 arid some car tickets. If it 
has been found will the finder kindly 
communicate with the sporting editor. 

Scorers' for all competing teams are- 
asked to turn their books over to Mr. 
Crawford Coates, of the Victoria' cluhj 
at the, Pacific club. Broad. Street, 'in, 
order that the tournament batting and; 
bowlins averages may be computed. -^. 

HARVESTER WINS 

YONKE R FRE E-FOR-ALL 

NKW VORK. Aug. 24.— The Ilar- 
r, h<>ld<*»- of the world's trotting 
stallion record of 2:02. won the de- 
ciding heat of the free-for-all at. 
Yonkers Grand Circuit meeting ti 
in 2:0J] despite a retarding wind. 

Sunimari.-s -p'clipse stakes free- 
for-all class, trotting purse, $1,500. 2 
in 3. The I ' WOO in two 

Straight heats T)me: 2:08$»; 2:03. 
' Speedway stakes — 2;10 class, trot- 
ting to ' wagon, amateurs to drive, 
ind division) 2 in 
3.; Willy won In two straight heats. 
Tlipe- ■-•:': l.'t ',; 2:13%, 

tVo.ui 2;18 class, trot, 

$2, toe ll.iilworthy won .In two 

straight hens. Tlni. — 2:0$, 2:06>,4. 

-^-rf— — r— 

nle are asking what is the reason 

for Toronto's fading specialty this 

season. It was admitted , that the bine 
shirts last year dropped a couple, of. 
qard-luck games which put them out 
of the running, to Shamrocks at Sear- 
It. a, Ii and to Ottawa in the rain 
Ut: Ottawa, This year, however, tie 
in' iiv to a good start and It was. food - 
ly imagined that they had the cham- 
pionship, ui! b ixed iiiv it is only a few 
■ ago that he(s were made that 
,vi. ui. I not lose a game in the 
■ >-,.in Then, first came that stunning 
i Is, followed lu- 

in i '..rim all v, hiel'i settled Ihclr 
chances. What is tin ' It is no 

: that there la none too much 

hai-uion> .among the players and ■ 
out 'this the best . ol! 

If Tbi" 
,'il thcit- downfall, they, would 

i.iv place mot-.- blame at the' 

i, ,i dissension than 
cause. , . ' . 

VANCOUVER STOCK SALES 

i l'-ii,ulslrJ»d by I''. w.\ 

■ni Canal 

' 

it. 



mm 



CLERGYMEN, ATTENTION! 



Al'ftr C< , , enjoy the beauties 

[V\vVj3 ; "'' f ra,K ' 1, : l!,e Pacific Coast as. 

viewerfrorn , f'alatial Steamers on- trip - 

To IPririce Rupert or Stewart 

Uni Itie, ami Inspiring 

FoVPrince Rupert, fctewart. Queen Charlotte Islands 

jut \ -i 

I'K'IMbE RUPERlt-3.5 T on s 1 — S S. PRIN CE GEORGE 

DOUBB WEEKLY SAILIWOS 

EVERY MONDAY, 10 M m- EVERY FRIDAY, 10 a. m. 

'OR SBATTLE AT MIDNIGHT 

EVERY SATURX>AY| EVERY WEDNESDAY 

RETURNING — Leave sWtW on Sundays and Thursdays— «t Midnight. 



vm 



INTERNATrQN.1 DOUBLIi-TRACK route 

ii h#n All Points in 

Michigan, OntarSo. Quebec, M aritime Pro vinces. 
New England. Ne<w York and Soutn and East 

Atri ltoute. 

tValns P.or hi n as tn. 

•dais iV (iiaii.f Trunk Pacific points. 
nick, wirsr-f Street, rear of 1 



I.'incst roadbed, i lern ■ 

fares, etc.. also tor foldei 
apply at temporarj ot '"'• e ' ■ 
. ».- Write oi 
W. K. pUPBRi iW, 

• ■ i ■ a r a 

General Agency 



K.u:o|,P imnWN, 
and I'Teil7m\A ( .-<'iit ©. T. P. S. S. 
Han tic Steamship Lines:. 



S. S. VENTURE 

Classed oo A-i at Lloyds 

Hor 'Skct-na.' Prijicc '1'crt.and. StOwart, Will Sail 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 

S.S. ST. DENIS 

For Campbell htvet levers Inlet and .Bella Coola 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 



JOHNBARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 



■♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦«,♦♦♦♦♦» . »♦»♦»♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » »^a-> ♦♦»»♦♦♦»«»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦«♦» 



: 



W.H. ELLIS, 

[NvfcsTM'KXT. BROKER . . Z 

1 122 GOVERNMENT STREET. PHONE 940 t 

♦ 

- — >■ 

Splendid Waterfront | 
Property j 

acres, having r>oo feet of waterfront on I 

feci "ii ('.orge Road. This property is. ♦, 

ge residences fronting on the wafer. ♦ 

can be cut up into residence lots.;. It J 

r a manufacturing site, as it can be .• 

• ifi and barges. ^ ^ 

nable and will be I'urnislicd en ap- I 
a-;c is increasing in. value righi along 
t in this at the pri. 



Comprising about four 
Victoria Arm, and 800 
very desirable for thre 
while the rear portioi 
i- wva suitable 
reached by small steai 

The price is Vi 
plication. VV aterl 
and there is a b 



on 



Hill Frontage 



158 x 150 "! Btin.o'nn I'.eacon Hill_Park and neat P&jj 
Road and the be^rli. Magnificent and uninterrupted view J 
■ if Straits and in inutin ranges: Price, on easy terms. J 
is I ......... •. ; ^rS,000 

Choice Gordon Head 
Acreage 

Forty Acres of.^the choicest land in Gordon Mead district, all 
under cultivation. Fine water supply, high situation, fronts 
On main road. This'is one of the best bargai'n- in the dis- 
trict. :. Price, on terms, ip22,000 

M»o 73,3 Acres, about one-third cleared, balance timbercrl. 
Price, on easy terms of payment, per acre .........,$500 

Business 1 Yoperties 

I have a li-i - i properties on all the chief business streets 
of the < ! ' ch' are oood JnvesliiKMits. : ' 

Residet i m »2,500 up to $100,000. 



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W. 11 






JL-/JL-i 



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Investment Broker 



iii2 Government Street 




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liiurscisy, August 25, 1910 



viCTOKU DA11A I PLUMS I 



15 



WESCOTTS 
SALE ENDS 
SATURDAY 



For Price 



«?. 



See 0*u r 
Large Advt. 
on Pace 10 




,rovin<?ial 

Happenings 



sohobl at Suniin.Tiiiiui, th.- Interested 
m-uaiclpallty contributing $2,000. 



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♦ 

'gurvevor O. B, K. « Ukio, who jhn | t 
,,,,.., [ri ,eharge uf the Eowjes. on Willow . 

river has reached Kami ■ hospital. ♦ ■ 

very" m with an affection ol the 1 
throat, I ♦ 



b/.M 



Stewart. /at RrJnoe Bup«V 
hei r to rY fortune of Jlftl.080 



by the Prince Knp-n rfcj to 1 i 

patriot! irftWc.«« b ' ^ , 

tel, phone eonipara ftnd 
[alien I turned i ver thi son 



to tin- 



•it \ 



The Indian w ho aaeaulti 
tlickman a1 Naas Ijarboi 
ago, baa been brpagW KQ 
peri foi I 



il Com 
some 

I 'I ill.'. 



table 

i i mi' 
ftu- 



lal. 



l„ one « tfte wel >me wcHST'At 

i.,i,,,, Unix n in honor ol >->«r wit- 

t" r ing grid i " Bpei Ira I ' 

ti, all> displayed. - .„; 



phone 



\i, agitation 

|.i.w iii'i in igas 
distance from 

dary. 

Ulghtnlng s 
eg] Eire In 
Sunday < '' N '- 
vldential rain 



,n« a 
the 



i f« 

ITU 1 

[tie 



,i iv, bav< 
ved to a 
of the B 



K imKxipa In installing 
well : H' alarm system. 



L)s la to have a baby *ar 
. i Ion with its autumnal ft 



that thi wat 
teks la pel f< ' 

., . :' : ill' ' '" ; 



IT 



em e ut works 



E. E. Wcscott 

Direct IniiHirter l)r\ CrO&ds 
I Van g Street 



\' i inv fievv seam ol coa he* p< 
trjit-i ; d 

:;, .; ■ of fruit ace being 

shipped from Spences Bridge. 

a dearth of resi- 



Asir ■■■ i ■ ports 
til houses. — 






Tei ■'< 




150 



srj is in be established 

iSC. 



HUT \ 

shipments are coming: through 

for the ti. T. P. 



Que sue 1 

A post office has been o 
Bitter rv-'iv. 



he crofts fire .'M optionally go 
ihe C«W water \ alley. 



BABY 



in th 



Fort George will be forthwith made 
; , pourt eehtrc and obtain the a* t 
Barv buildings. 




i'Yoll 



;;/ 



a for 



adopted i j i" 
and thence to 
couyer by wi 
engineers tun 
exceptional!) 



a \ 



,,,,,, Meadows the 
T ii. us formally 
,,, u,,' Uilooet river 
in 's<. u lake, and Va'n- 
,,, the I'iMs-r. The 
,,,i to have found ap 
rable grade, 



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ui 



Past! 

I :,!.. 



■lit 1 



ere 

mil 



ii-l 



rkini 



i-ail- 
I, , the Tulameen '"" ! ' '"" 

Princeton, through Rail-* 
u ,i,,. | :oidwat< r to July 

July creek td Boston Bar 

,|„wii the It./wiihalla M 

Hope. '•> ' " " uow 

ii,.' it talt-surveys: 



KV EDITED W "' 



KlfV^Efe <?N<M>IM< MIWMC. 

INSTITUTE . aBEEWtU. 
..DLD MEDM.15T NDBTV\" ENG- 
LAND lK'ftTn' ( JTr ,, *MWl^G r 
'-E^INEEW* t«0^ 



Bible cliffs. 

from 



Kelowna'.B 

will ■ 
gl.112.0 



tax rate for the > ear 
mills, on iissessments of 



i 



■ A 

plre 

■ i • 



Circle Of th" I'iniKhUTS of BTB- 
!,i. n instituted at Prince Ru- 



■ T he lleaith uf the huby 

.(k-'pen ps ver y largely l > n the 

tpiality oi" milk it is- fed with. 

( )ur milk is delivered i> 

VO'u in bottles and has Rl e 



■|-)k- lii-i ihii-tv mil.-'s of tin- Kettle 
river allway will be in opera- 

tion before the snow flies. ■ 



ha 
pi 



Isoovery of rich oopper»gold 

ed i stamp. 'ilc Of 'miners and 
us from Hope. 



i nches of pure 'cream on top 

..i a (inart bottle -that- 'the 

— ! — „ — : — ~-j— . . ; I 

kind of milk vou get from, vis.- 



WE DELIVER 
PROMPTLY 



The Guaranteed Pure 
Milk Supply Co., Ltd. 

612 Pandora Avenue 



A BROKEN-DOWN SYSTEM. A 

, . 1 his is it < ondition (or diva«-) to which dof top ^, 

jive manv nam«-», but nhirli few o( thrm really « 

undoisi.oid. Itis»implyw»4lo»e»s--»Bry«lWiiMn>, a 

»» It nwfe, of the vital lotcen that m»t«ui the »•*• * 

trm. No m^ttrr wbit may br its .aunr» (for thry a, 

Doitnumberli mptomiaremucn too ^ 

wnr; . tlir more pr-.minrr. ; nc»». £ 

innM of proitia-.ion or ,weitln«« "•' ol -5 

»na want ol energy for all t!.<- ordlBMy.J 

\. • aatalonei»ab«olutely««i«nir „ 

, .m"/: ...'.u'/.-.i- "i;".i ; '- :a 

VITAL STRENGTH &. ENERGY^ 

to throw off thrie morbid irr'.u.z . -r.d ciprripn'-c j. 
. .. ffci mi. 1 cedi the .Ij- Ihi may be-fi 
mo gceru a Secured by a 1 ourae ol 
THE NEW FRENCH REM TOY 

THERAP.ONNo 3 

than by an *berl •■ >n-. .Soaurelj m 

„}, ....„ .... r, - ■ -..Ihrdirr, l'...n.- . 
compai >| « - attcredhealthberestortd, g 
THE EXPIRING LAMP OF LIFE g,' 

LIGHTED UP AFRESH, 
and a new exiatMir* imparted ii ilapee rhatbaa «' 
so Utelmeeinpdw6m-«ut.u»edup,and \alnrlfs«. ^ 
1 n ii« ful medicament it suitable for all ue 
r0 n»ritutioii«andcoBdition».ine - »ea •• tU'j 
difficult to imaffinoai a»er)fditea»rorderan*ement 2 
whose main fraturel are, those of debUtt) , that Will g 
not be -perdUy and permanently overcome by ton . 
it * essence, which if destined to cait into, ni 
lion rverythine that had preceded il for this - 



North Vaftcouver is making an eni- 

j plum ir a visit from SJir WU- 

■riit J, Laitri"f. . ' 

Thr ( KoiT fe«org,e post Qffici 

. with Postmaster .Dei 
■ miuana ._ • -v v f ,'» 

Th* work of refloating the steamer 
('hi; hut. stranded in the upper 
Prase.i is r^»ceedleg rapidly. 

Tie ! B r>f the Kort ■ and 

,,.- Co. is- now com-' 

' |,i,-i. ahd In 'T.era'rion. ■ 



Ti,.. .\ . lians took, a vcrj 

prorainehi part in ihe Prlftce Ruoej-t 

.:i„„ {.. Sir Wilfrid Laurfer. 

•n,. id pliius leave I 

,.i,l„,l trrjoa tbe new Indian Mis- 

sion. ;se)ioo| , u St. K'ugeAe. ■ 

A j 1 ':,• bri .ol is now selling; 

at, -"■ • • n- 1 loaf and eggs at JtOO 

..ell. 

The, Tsimpst'au Light & Povvpi 

ling with tho- immediate 
:as works at Prince Hu- 

I o.rt. 

' soda <reei< end Qu( »nel are to be at 
once connected h> Wo.niinion govern-' 

telephoni _ , . • " ■ • 

The i.uin'ii:' Kulanialka hotel at 

V7ernon : hatt. changed hands. A. Mc- 

Aulav assurfilhi the managiement. P$- 

ns air contemplated. 

\ labors*! i'i the employ of P. f. 
w ;,il. (••" Foley,- Welan «<- 



Porcupine 

m, John Qray, H}« well "W*»^K 
ingman, who.ima 1 • »»»*g»* 
haa returned WgWj en 
er what in has seen in tM 
ramp durlnis the laai few wertj "« 

Tlmmins mill .lminK " «aya he 

wns op the'property. and the two "tamps 
working only a portion of the . a> 
a, that. - ' • ' , !S ; '';":? 

taken from the Btrai»hl run of the hlnift 
.:.solutelv no sel.'ition is'ma.le. 1 lie 
Tlmmins people, he bellevaft are rnpr 
ping into better ore al the 100 fool level 
, n .. m countered on the surfa/se, 

where the showings are s.. Bpectacular, 
and if picked "i" was put thJTOU 
would run as Mgjl as Jl'.OOO to W 

,„. .spenkinB about the 
strike on Ha- Pom" and Marim clairna, 
Mr Gray said thla dlabovery I* ■• 

imimi " and sfaflrwi 

coming one of the beel BboWlnga m the 
camp.' The eialma are located al 1.- 
,i„ie batween the Tlmmina and Dotna 

r.i'.p.'t ths. . 

' *icli Strike at Summit Creek 



il little rllHir..- + 

sinull seam of 1 

mountains is ♦ 

t,,.,i values, so .'f 



The Bummil creek propel Uei 

n |n«S are at the 

,. ru tin* • ntaai talfced fit hi mining 

rireles throughout 111.- iut-rior ..I th- 
prnvirme., Hinl th-' '"V anti • 

Sifctde iiifi.niiiilli.il. frnm rijeti on the 
.1 should I-' "f Interest to pur 
■it,..-. :',,•■ now working douhle 
inrlae telalma 
lorne hlgh-gttadc ore l« being takai 

Tuesday week a new lead w«? un : 
. .-.1 and ail at the .a. feeling 

vary jubilant over the matter. 

eul work is ..f an .-splmaiory oattmt, 
■ iiiimbcr Of nii'n- ta«Uy 

employed in driving « tunnoi to t 
the rleh valut S>tli, A good 

was made t. a • >" ton fnap ai th< 

1;.... oiiueralelaim ia This ui;o- 

party is owned by Itfr. .lames Long, and 

■ 1 near the fa-ho-Sunt-'ise gVOUp 

on the north fork of Summit cteeU. Mr. 
Tin'i" worh whon 
4^,1 a three-foot hsdge <" . 
cue matter, which eawtea according to 

ttn ' B s . >de a fev ■-'■'>'- «jgo |1S< 

K ,,l<l. .\1i. Lottg "111 al one pi-.., 

explore the vein at depth and win drive 
n crosa cut, BO fief below Ihe surface 
showing. Th" ■> "in 'has benn traced fo* 

over "00 • -'"- 1 lOO. 

Bitter Creek, B. C. 



,.,,,. irtdtl, of ihC TtOBC 

;, to aboul 30 ' 
KM < made 1 im ;''' s 

brouicht In by pros] tora ■ -," 1 "' 

rich assay; were obtained fr o* 

da- not .man 

.,ai other 
similar slUcifled »ones. none trawuble 
for any great dial ' ' f» vari- 

ous points on the mountain slope, 
principle mineral hi all of these Is Iron 

ori.es. wi.h" "y a lit, , .-,,« eo- 

pvrite and at oae m a swnull seam of 

galena.. 

' V"ln mailer in ihe 

abundant, but ti>" contain! 

u, know,,, are low, bo low thai 
■Ui] doubtful If they could be e*tr 
'.., , profit. The bra occurrencea are. 
however, promising enough I 

.. n.ii.uii- h. exploration Che 
taountain has not been thorough!: P <*• 

,ld only be 
,, wit h the eld ..« a balloon. 

G I' looking fi««» la abundant in the 

Blldes and there is a good chance ol nna- 
?„„ richer shoow than any yoj discovered 
The transportation question' If v^ ore 
IP quantity is disOOv'ered, has its. ditti- 
rultles bul thea old be ov-reome n 1 

t l„, depoaltfl prove vi.lm.hl-. P h " valj-v 

I- fined with a glacfta; from half a utile 

t0 B p.iio h. whim, wbteh eatenm 

Co, three mliee bam 

Farther down «not ll " ;h ; 

,.r the vailej :«i gmiumbej <.t points 
,.„i,, ,.„ the three miles of glacier 

is am feat >■• tlte 1 "" "^/'"^ ' 

B or J miles to tin er forks. 100 

ro lh«- mile. 
•PH.. nl.Ktantlntes ' I ' muion 

eicprassed i.-- the sun ■ rnlng.the 

i-iis.i ,-xaKB'rute.i ■Beoasves namely, fiat 
ii ivonhi probably be (Wand that the dinr 

' while affondu.,' eioourav 
,,. proKpe. ur ' Aw1,1 

rush into the .amp. 'It is a ruggi 

pme country, bence somewhat dangerous 

foi i' ''-• ' Ul ex : 

piru'iO'"'.! liiomitaiiK'tir. 



nbil 



' ; — -r 

[NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

TBNDERfi for the cbnstructlen of a 
building,, aioi for the plumbing 
lectrtc ,e er< ror -for Messrs. 

v M( ,i 11. .1. Sf.iti .ti Douglas 

Btredt, Vli ire invited up to noon, 

:ath. It'll)., 
The lowest or i.ny tender not neces- 
sarily accept. 

Plans and specifications may be seep 
at tl oe of 

11. s. GRIFFITH. Architect. 
g . Government St, 



•■ of the Geologf. 
has jusi received a report-by Mr. ft. '< 
pdcConnaU ••» "•• 

gold on I'.ili.r .'reek. Si. -wait I'. < '. Mi 
:,iiell. who is one ..I • 

kn-.wn members of th sur 

1 n In Ha- portlahd ■ 

district ;iii' •■ the spring, mal ing 1 

• I survey of the tUatl id t, lh 

examined the new ,ii ■ it Bit 

,-.!;. eoncernlng Which • ■ 

• n elrc-ul. 

Mr: Me.'oim-ll stales thai t ue d'l 
ei'\-"r\(is n.ruln OH th.- pi- 

of a mountain built of al 1 

with bcoaalonal graywaoke band 

«-.i hortsontaily with hurrierosrS granll 

and (Ihe 

hick. The slates <iir. at ap angle : 
of -to degree.9 and are fairly regulai 

. ,>,i'iu s in xone- ■ • • following 



idandi 



THERAPION 



I -n v ,.r Ir 
1!.. entfo - I'i"- ' 



h' 

l^rni> 



human ailment J. ,"> 

isobtainable % 

ol principal 2 

Medi. ine Co., B 

i London. Price Jj 

Id "n'that ^ 

.. p. ■ British Govei 

,, . 1 • ,, •■ a- red ground) „ 

. , , 1 every genuine pa. Itage. -^ 

The.-»pioo Is now also ontainablc In 

DRAQEE TASTEL188 FORM. Vt 



NOTICE 



SERAPIS HAS AN 

EXCITING PIRATE STOR' 

Eight Husky Armed ivYeri ry to Loot 
Vessel and Overpower Crew 

SEATTLE, Aue. ?i ^he Kns 

I, which', has arrived Wy- 
from. Hamburg and I 
brings the story of an exciting en- 
counter with pirates, while Jgtag 
Antofagasta. 
Blight armed men al •■ to over- 

: thi officers »i tmet and 

1, but after a short fight 
Ui.v H'.'ri' driven l»u«t to the launch 
from which IhoV had . board. 'd tho 
11 is h.'lfev'.'d that during the 
- one of. tlie plratea ..tally. 

wounded hj age of the o.fflci 
\ti, r i.oanllnK the 

...I ih<- wat.-lmiHi) and \\' 

Ing 0)1 the officers- 

quarters when-tin- officers .iBpened Bro 

on, tin 'in. 
When the watchman was d, 

tvj blow on the load, Second Of- 

■ r Breckwaidt, who wag on 

ipeared on -the m 1 the 

boarding gan? opened tire on hirn at 

close range, rant. Wiliain SValther, 

Officer Max Kl.au.se. 1 'hief l-h.- 

ugust l.oewa. Purser Hugo 
Groibe, Third. Officer. lians Oupfort and 
al members of th 

by tlo iiish.'il on deck. 

the sound of the tiring Capl 



Be 



K. W.. Da- 



lit the Matter of the "Companies Act, 
1890 "the "Companlea Act. 1897" and 
in the Matter of the Brltlali Columbia J 
Market. Company. Limited f-iabillty. 



NOTICE Or SPECIAL MEETINO OE 
THE SHAREHOLDERS. 



Capt. Edward Hartley 
ceased. 
All persons I 1 laims aKalnsi th*. 

ostatt '" : '"' ,; "' ; "' ■ 1: ' 

\ deceased, late of w- -siholrno, B C„ 
,1 particulars; -inly 
ItCSSrs. Crease & 
.. , Victoria, \'J ... 
lei day of August. 



require 
B d thereof 
Cren's.' B21 Fott 
on or, beJ 



the dip and strik. 
tint? them in piae 

principal 1 

only pla. 
16 feel, and 
and rruai I '■ 

PJ 1 , • ' : ' 

iroo p '' • 
tho 

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mo I of I ti 1 1 ■ 






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(Signed) 

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To Ho S 

luinhia Sfat 

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(sTOTBlCE Is heri 

in, .t in>; 
HllOl •' 1 •" 



s Of "1 

mipanj 



.. British ''" 

1, in. 



Kxecutor. 



NOTICE 



Have You a Bad Sore? 



and in^ 



hit 



l 

company 
nnient sir. 



In tl. 



mil 



city 

- I he 
[And 



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•ml, 



(ml per 

I ' I r a 11 ! 

fu 11 ht 



in no-' ...an"' , :r ln ,!' : ' 

Nt.l.ollK. spblla. Minn.. 

v • i having ptahns »g« * 

. . ,1 John. K - N I 

are. . to I 

•flnlv v .in 's-ne.! on 01 lo 

.,,. 1910. 

which I ' ' "IV"'!' 

,, . pxeoutors u ' sa I. 

■ I ] 1 inelc or the 

I ' '-"'■'' , , ' nti'l, .. 

... havlni ' ... 

1 ■ ■ "J 9 - 

nii'i BRITISH " i MBtA 

Vi "' N ' . ^l«''rs 



If so. riTTi.Tiiber th. 

Bulk Is now th<» mo 

in .'ana. la. yet tour yi 

w n here! VI 
populat ''' • 
skin 'd ' ■ • 1, and does 
. for It. Win not i 



/.am- link 1 




tin exm ation nii'i 

I 

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., ' I ' 

,,,.:■.• , ■ oul lite "term 

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VI,"' 
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f the 



<*ftbscribe for THE COLONIST 



LAND aSOISTEY ACT. 

-I,, the t"'' ; tar of a ap| 

£ te , ,-, tin. at ol •■ tc 1 ot 91 
i , . . 001 tate (Map 

. " ' ;:< Ctt 

.,,, r! , 1 : ib ,,.1 sbj five « ' ' : ,•• o»y 

al t 1 "' ,f ' 
1 1 .,,. 1 : • date •■ the !!i«t !"• ■ 
ereof to last d »tt ■ ertl- 

. || | ( to aa ' ,i"i Issued m 
.. ..1 Landei t*a Siai .tnv_..i 

( ictol ■ i "" 1 ' " ' ' "' ' ' "' * ' ' 

tand Registry OfflCi \ I. torla, B c, 
110, 

.1. '• 'i.i.i' 1 m 
, - Dep its lt< . ■•" il: ' leneral, 



Kills 

rtai ml ri ~. j i' I ■ ■ ■ 

. ' injurli 
-. ■■" 
different ■ d iper! I I rea 
, . v Irugt ' ' ' 

, I sub- i 

Imitations 

♦ 

rtion I y the 

ic tloi 

,. natural i a I t»d relish 
When thi lacking you Know 

thai " . need a dosi I 1 lhambi 
Stomach and Llvei I tblets; 'i'i..';. 
strength. 1 ' ! orgaru 

pi thi n tite "10 1 ■ go late the 

, v , . s,, ,) ;,. ill d. • 



, , ,. ' ther and most of. I -fth-ers had arm- 

„,. .' r „ eel Uvemselvea befnr. leaving their 

■■ they appeared the ^watch- 

,.U : ... k.ms assailants agfiln opOned (ire. but 

thmtgh ''-i'i. VVaUher with his. m« n 

, ' returned shot , for Mhot, ihe darkness 

, lf „i, thick thai it w.- .sslble 

,: mbers of the gatt 

fh. latt.-r meeti 

rum those on tit.- Berapls, 
mount 1 mil retreated V the fori ■ aatle , 

..mi 1 iinii.it. 1 Nbc to .a \ 

h which had been kept in readl- ; 
nrslted in the (tloom. 
Va the launch «as making its es- - 
, ,,. towt.r.l the shore those op the 
Serapis Bred severnl shdts at her. 
Those on the little vessel begged the 
, . nen to discoiitlntic firing, saying 

, , ti - was all 

dying and another was wounded. 
' inquiries Instituted. by the police and 
port officials at Antofagdata show that 

,, 1M ,.|, ,vhkh ,;.rti"il the nun who 
the piratical attach on tin 
H „l„ W a-. stolen ff'tii the Chi 
Smelting 'works at AntQfagast«v-*P«ey 
,, IV that tck of employment on the 
.,1 , n ,i in the mines Is resi 
.,■ the Ri-eat t.no. wlessness 

; which exists at the c'liiieao v irt. The 
. ; ta, which ("v at- 

nntun ha •■ ■ a oh ■ OI ' t,! ''' 
.. mjiiing point 1 in the 
1 going through a lonB 
Ion ' ' 

ill shift - to 



No. 1-3 Lots 

fin 

Sl/lv~4:5 ^ '- - .' 

SITU \'ri(lX— ()n IVml.i-i.K^ 
Sli-cci, lit-lwocn r.lanchafd 
;m .l ntiadra Street-. ( Jiily 
(ine-third of a mik lrtmi City 
liall ' 

PRICE - $800 'each; _ 
$12,350 en bloc. 



/ 



No. 2 5 Lots 




SIZE — ?° x loa 
SlTl'-A/l'ION— < )n I'.ladv-wooA 

aii'l Ffipr St re!-. $a0h si^e 
• ol King's Rnatl. aiid tbree- 
. quarters of a Tnile from v"nv 

Hall. • '■ 
>RICE — $-400 each, 

$1,950 en bloca 



or 



Any 
Reasonable 

Terms 



SNAPS 



♦ 
♦ 

♦ 

♦ 
♦ 
♦ 



♦ 

♦ 
♦ 

♦ 

♦ 



Any 
Reasonable 

Terms 



No. 3 2 Lots No. 4 30 Lots 



SIZE- 



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x ua 



view 



[TUATIOX— Shoal Bay 

division, splendid 
level, dry and clear 

spot for a In unc. 



sub- 
all 
A i 




SIZE— 48 x "5 and 56 % 1 20. 

snvATinx— lducks pc^ 

7. Saratoga Subdivision, Oak 
Bav close tb-MMool, tram. 

- ' — — 

and beach. 
, . 1 ■ 1 ( • p;s-$475. $500. $525 
" $600. $650 and $700. 

Island Investment Co. 

Limited —___ 

Moirrreal Chamber's. Phone 1484 



♦ 



♦ 
♦ 

♦ 




The Remarkable Progress of The 
Amalgamated Development Co. 



Has been unprecedented in the history of the Oil industry. F.ull 
title to all of this Company's immense holdings was not completed 
■until the 20th of June-JUST TWO MONTHS AGO. 

Since that date the Company has installed machinery for 
pumping two flowing oil wells. Has commenced and is already 
far advanced with the construction of a refinery on the ground, 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to convey the pro- 
duct of their Oil Wells to tidewater 

CAN THIS RECORD OF PROGRESS 
FOR TWO MONTHS BE BEATEN? 

The present week wiij see the stock of the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co. quoted upon one or more of the local stock ex- 
changes. WATCH IT RISE. 



/..in 



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11 1 



■t it h. 



our 



Price of Stock: One and Two Dol- 
lars Per Share — : 



-APPLY TO 



with 1.200 tops of freight to 

.iii,i u ill Ruffl • rrrgT? hen 
i . , . • Hamburg. , 

Quadra Out Today 

that tin-' O. G. 8. 
irotu this port t 
Rupert an. i way light- 




Needlsi 

■ >.. to 

hai. pBI i .ii : 

i 

■ . . ■ i . . I ' 1 1 ' llfl 



p -,ed for Comox 

Which 



I h\ 



Andrew 



518 Hastings St. 



to,ke 



dun 




Vancouver, B. C. 

ALSO 

Canadian American Realty Co. 
1204 Douglas St., Victoria, B. C, Local Agents 

=£6 




16 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday, August 25, 1910 



(IASM1IK1. ADVERTISING RATES 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




One rent ■ word each Insertion; 10 per 
resit. dl*eount for six or more consecutive 
'.nte'irtloiis-- rash with Order. No aiivertlso- 
m-ent accepted for i. »« than 26 cent*. 
business and Prolasuloual Cards—- of', four 
lines or unflei $_,{10 i>< r week. 
No a&vsrtU*— lent -liarg.d on account for 
Una than |_,0AjJ 

JPhnne No. 11. 

— -1 i . — . ' . f " .. 

. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



IIOIKLS ANN RESTAURANTS 



AltClll I IK Im 



RIFFITS, II. 8., Al;> SITE C, 
(Government Bl Phone UBfl 



100G 



HOOPER, llln.MAS. Aiinyil'hJT — IN 
practice in it d to* iwanyy-ave year* 
Plant and. specification, furnished on appll 



cation onti e, 5 sisti m Him u. Phon< 



u.7. 

i 



MACLI.RE, S., AK'MII 1 BCT S AND 
Five Sisters uioci.. Tel: lie... L-rui 

O! . '. - . 113 7. 



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A EI. Wood WATKINS., ARCHITECT ■ 
V_J. it.ioiu Ifl Five Bisters Block, Victoria, 
.'. C Tslephenes: Ofltcs 21S8. Residence 



BANNEIt.M AN .t HORN .HOTEL, NliVV 
huiidhm. corner Broad and Johnson 
•treat, Victoria. Modern offices and fur« 
nlshed robins —• 

CALIFORNIA II-TBL. Ill JOHNSON ST. 
newly fitted up from bottom to top. 
good accommodation, sport Ins gallery, corn 
prising ll.e-.lzed photos of all tip noted 
(porta and athletes up ta » 1 1 • • present day. 
Bar' always supplied with best sooda. Tons, 
l... Mc.M.mus, proprietor 

KEW HOTEL BRUNSWICK, NICEST -O 
Cation in Victoria, nil i ly furnished 

room* .at modsi-V prtoes. Weekly rates. 
am ram pass 1 hotel. Two entrance-, borne* 
Sates ■ami Douglas, phone m. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



l PHOI.NTKRING ANU DKCORATINO 



l.iajh. 



ART GLASS 



THE COMMERCIAL n < j f i; I .. _ORNEl\ 
l'miKiuM and v-'iMiiiiirani' Sts., oppoalte 
city Hail Renovated throughout Rooms 
tecona to none in city. Bar replete witn 
the best. JBuropean plan only, i * ■ • ■ > t room 
in connection; .;. Lucas, Prop Phon* yi$i 

Money ,i j hcj1-i:hi.V INVESTED LEADS 
(a fortune This r. mi i ; may be ftl 
tained by pur. basing the bsst -jc meal in 
the city at The Strand eate : 



A. 



i nuv, OVER thirtv SEARS 

• M«'i 1' ■>«■•- In A r' Glass I., acted 

lights for churches, schools ami private 

dwellings. Works and sloru SIS Vacs St 

: ■ i 

l£« K CH1SHOLM & CO., MANUFACTURE 

►J' ens of leaded act glass See us befors 
placing your order, lti-i«uiuii a specialty, 
phone 2368, tOZ B"or< street! 

Automobiles 

WESTERN MOTOR~& KIITUY COlf 
pany. P.. r Clark, Manager. Bote 
scents tor Bulcks, Franklins, numb, rs, 
Clement Talbuts ami Rovera Storage, sup- 
plies, tires all else's and maJtea Hulk maso- 

line and oil. Repairs, complete vulcanising 

plant. High class livery. Telephone (Jl, or 
It lino busy 2067. 

BAGGAGE DKI.IVEKY 



RANTER HOTEL AND CAKE Al.l. L'N 
ion belp, SCO Johnson 8_ Why pay 
more wii.n you can set the best (or leas 
Meals tOc; rooms 28c md up. __i replete 
wibh best good* Joseph Balarigno, Prop, 



STRAND hotel CAFE, JOHNSON ST., 
always np.-n. European plan, culs|n. 
unexcelled,; iiar best goods: rat.'s moderate. 
Wright \- Faulkner. Phone noii. 



HUTin. VICTORIA— UNDER NEW J1AN- 
ngement. .Most central in city. Bus 
meets an steamers and trains. Graham & 
Grant, proprlatom Phone *M, 

Wn.sON HOTEL, OiO-CIS ITATES ^8T. 
European pitni largi and airy rooms; 
bar supplied iiiih beat I iod« Tsd MeAvoy. 
proprietor. Phone IflSl 



V 



ICTOHLa TRAN8FBR CO., 

iphu'le 1J!>,. 



LTD., 



rnHB WlLLQWe— THOROUGHLY RENO- 
J- vated througbo'it, and equipped In the 

r:msi nioflern and UP D dati Style, mill sup-. 
piled With tesf gtiedS 1 1 • LlpsUy, prop. 

JKW ELLEKS. W ATCHMAKERS. ETC. 

PETCII. 1407 DOUOLAS STKTCET 
apoclalty of English watch repairing. 



A. 



HI I K PRINTING AM) MAPS 




IfcRINTS, ANY LE.VUTH IN ONE PIErJE. 
six cents pes foot. Timber and land 
maps. Electric lilue 1'iinu and Map Co., 
His Langle) Bt, 



BOATS ANP K NG1NKB 

VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO.. LTD— 
Boats and launches built; estimates, 
repairs, designs. fciltop, -Ci4 David Street 
W. D. Buck, manager. Phone 105. 

BOOKBINDERS 



riMii: colonist has the best 
JL equlped bookblndery in the province; 
the result la equal In proportion. 



BO 111 B8 

ALL KINDS OF BOTTLES w \ \ 
■*\- Good prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. If. 2U Store street. Phono ,3L'u. 



HI ILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 



tTIRANK H III .ME— CONTRACTOR AND 
-L builder. Plans and speclllcations pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates furnished 
, :i any class of structure. Offices Cor. * Rol- 
and Ave., , and 'Oxford St.. P. O, Box I^To. 

LLNKV BROS . I- ■ : • ■: !■ 
( tractors, . are ' prepared to sive prli 
all building and jobbing work. I'huno t79, 
We attend to your order.; 

. ., CHIROPODY 



INTED-- £ 



II Mv 



lA/ANTED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER. 
» » alnc, lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles. 
rubber; higrhest prl.-es paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 16»0 Store street Phono 1338. 



I.AM1X Ml (. AUDI \ t- K 



In r*A PTE 173 
J ami, Id ,l,,li 



IMP 



on all garden .m.i 
Pruning iiml cleaning rrorn Insects roses i< 
■peclall ^ graded and Bnlshed I 

I oi iiinii quality, Sccordln 
tract, » 

I.IVKKV AND TRANSFER • - 



VICTORIA Tl >.. LTD.. TEL 
I2i>. Best service In the city. r 



ographing 

Lithographing! engraving 
Embossing — Nothing too , largn and 
nothing too Bmall; your stationery Is your 
advance agent, our work is unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. 1 .1,1 



LOCKSMTi n- aND MACHINISTS 



HAFER. L — GENERAL MACHINIST. 
new parts of all kinds made in brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine shop. 189 Gjavju-jjic^ Phone sflo. 



\r 



CHIROPODIST 908 



Port SI 



m 188 \(.i; 



MRS. BARSMAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical massage. 1006 Port St. 
Phone B-1BC8. 



OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 



\. P., 646 FORT— OVER A 
quart •* of a century's experience, and 



CIVII, ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS : 

A. i). NOAKES. B. U, LAND SURVEYOR ; B Z, 1 ,!' 

:.."...._>. -■■ l-mldlnir .Broad Itlo dern rqulpmcnr . at your service. I 

'£: _' examination. Lh.sts ground on premises. 

T,T G. ALDOUS., C.E k Unda of cl vll, \ Phono-.-Za&g. ^ .' ' 

1 • inglneerlng and Surveying undertaken.) " — ...... 

RSilroad location and construction a spt-_ PAI NTERS A ND PAPERHANOEKB 

etalty. HOT'Langley st ■ 



G 



lOHE & m i.;;i;gok-j, -h-errk-k 
nfr. 



Land Surveyor and 
ilvll engineers. Chancery Chambers. P. 
Box li^ Tel. Ai.UI. Kurt George office, J. 
l Templeton, Mi?r.. 



ifUANK MELLOR— PAINTING OON- 

trastor. tlit View Street, Phono 1564. 

ENRY RIVERS— PAINTeIl GLAZIER, 
kalsomlner and paperhanger. 749 Mar- 



]>(JBE 



E RTSON, A. -t=Bftn ISH 



t'OLl.'M-'l - 

street, i S K A 



ket sin t. Victoria. B;"C — Estimates cheer- 
fully given on application. ■ - 



An. Land Surveyor 
Victoria. B. C. Telephone L-1647. P. • 
II* ' " ' 

, , u. 

< Ut PENTK RS, JOIN ERS, JOBBERS 

CAPITAL CARPljNTER AND 



J. — PABNTS, VARNI 
brushes: specially of wallpaper. the 
newest patterns. Glvo rar a call. Store 
1507 Douglas street. Phone R-10K4. 



w factory. Alfred Jones. All kinds 



JOBBING 

or 

alterations, jobbing work. 1003 Vancouver 
r.fid Yates struct; office phone* B.011. Res. 



CARRIAGE VM) WAGON DEALERS 



MABLE, WM. — IMPORTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buggies, traps; cannot be 

i .aten [or durability. Warehouso J17 John- 
». n hi. Phone 132il 

< 1 "I MKfS CLEANING 

GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED. DYED. 
repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired aqSl re-covered. 
Guy W. Walker. 70S Jonnson St, just east 
of'Pouglas Phone L-1267. 

AND . VI 

epalrlng 

1 7 __ Government street. 



\ l • , - IONG LADU 

v ' dry cleaning, pressing and repairing 



n short n 

i 



THE MELROSE CO.. LTD!. 6.18 FORT ST. 
undertake every branch of tho painting 
and deeuratlng business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 

■ ■ , ' . , : ■ 

PATEN. 8 \m» i _____ 



L_TILES _ SHARP. CONTRACTORS FOR 
O upholstering, removing and packing, 
c a r p ets u rcan o- i etc., furniture repaired and 
polished. 808 Kurt St. Phone .149. ■ 

WHOLESALE DRY HOODS _ 

TURNER-BEETON CO., LTD.. WHOLE- 
sale dry goods. Importers and rnanufao- 
tnrera men's Curujahlngs, tents. "Big Horn" 
brand, s&lrts, overalls, -Mall orders attended. 

WHOLESALE WINES AM) -JTQ-OBS 

mi II.NEK .BFE'lUN <'0. LTD.. WHARF | 
X St., Vlctoi la- Wholesale only, nil the 

loading brands- of liquors; direct Importers, 
W i Ite lor lists u|1,) prices, 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

HELP WANTKD — MALE 



MMNTHIi GOOD 
» * mini for dotal 



ui. 



Al.l,- Hill Nl I IHt \ E'l'S- |. 

hi win it Vpplj \ ancou 

island I'ow ,i i •,, , ,iiun , ■ 1 1|. i ; i | up 
Kly i -o _ , , rr i . ■ , , 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE 



!\'nr\'i; I.ADY STENti'IR \ I'll >•' 

■ — - • po'sltlbc : < xperlenned I ' ' >. 

I i , 



11 WISHES 



W'ANTED ASSISTANT ln—i.i _ I-: I ■ !•: l : 
y y Apply i i: tfte« ai t &. ,Co I'ateS ■ 
t \ f \ nti;i. i,\ t'BRl BaVCED 

' » to'. Dpi i .U' li, n III 

,ii o. j , , i ,,i l, i i !,l\ 



i'i hum \.\ 
, . i 
1 1 ituih! hi ■ Vioi.-' 



I^KI IT GRi IWBRR ADV HRT1 i I WITH 
1 i ii >i class 



WOOD AND FUEL 



'W'lll.SUN. E.'A.. DMAI.E1C IN^AL'L KINDS 

\> of tnltlwood, wood. nark, etc, Four- 
fpol lengths, f! 80 per oordi stove lengths, 
18.00 double load. 3'io John St Phone 80TH 

CHEAP FUBI- TR_ A HEAPING DOU- 
ble load of 'Short out mill wood, dc- 
llvered m uuy part of city at JS "0 i'OD. 
bj Cameron Lumber Co,, Ltd. Plume s«i 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



mi i • - ,,".iii ion 
enoes; as 

1,111 It linln I'lon 



I, nou i< dn. oi rull cultun 
i rnli , ui i -o ; hlfl heat ref 



\%'\.\'i|.;i- ti v >ur.\'i i.ahv, POS.ITION 
' » as steaographei . has some experjtncc 
M'l'ly Ho.\ l.ori I'oionlst 

JIUAi'TlCM. MATERNITY. ,M'RM-; IS 
■,..ii for engagerhnnt; termi m'o'^lerati 
Vrtdrrym :i1 " .' lolonlsl 

A- 

li 



\\ '/>'nti.-.d Hi A 'ii IM. OF I i. sin ' 

' ' Hon tn ... ■ fOI oro elllld. V, II 

| ..line pi opll II. oil BOX IBS ' olonlBl 



as 12 MJPhi •■ • 'mePTCTrrw-fc, 



__g :.i II i 



\\*.\.vn.:i> vt 

» » li .inn in.ik- i 

D'o'i t stroel v 



'■ l i.M'E 
I! II :■ 



III H It 



PICTURE 
•v- Co., ..i 



DRUG IPPRBNTICP 'A 
B. '■ I'iiik st I 



ANTED. APl'I.A 

1 -lotinson nil 



% % *\ .\ t I " I » 
» » inak.- hi 
Ply A . A. 

\VANTF 
> > .-nil 
.Ml V *i i eg st reel 



\ BOS Vili.i i 1 1, OP 17 Tii 
irhsi 1 1 generally useful, .' 
\ ., ronton, 1 1 1 . Governtuenl 

II" A SMART Bu, 51 GEN - 
1 ii ... i- in M boli ks \p|iiy 



t\-u.\iEi. POSJTION tr GOOD r.\.M 

j' »' rfj "' ae goverStessi i« a qunl!- 

Bed teacher; has experlenci ; comes from 
good and lubstantlal h«W"e. _rppl Bo> 

I . .. ' 'nlolllst. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TO LET— frl. It M.si i KI> ltOOitS- 



I.' 



modern 1 1 iiiimI.-ii i 



EW, SMjVESTEI. 
oohis, 71 j fn-ies Hi 



AN 



I'HIII'UKII WANTED 



mil LET KCUNIHII l-lli ROOM. pltlVAT' 
JL fainlly. modem n . hduse BrC-kfai 

if d.-sli'.-il Ti I, R • .1 1.1 Mil hlggi »'"" 

^^O l.mv I'nMKnl;'! iiii.K ROoJl CLOSI 
to town, board optional, hmo* mode 
ate. \ oiinj< English lady pri imiimI APP 
II. i ■ t,(i 'oionist. 



111 1 1 . D I N i ; 

.in ,-!'.. i; 






rno. i.i:t I'Kn.vi oisi.jRoOM, i^kctri 

;i light, Im i n li ' ill ilollai s PdJ inonlli,. 



KESPteCTABLB WOM \N WITH 
.- old girl, wishes situation as 
I Krui Lilian 

i be child would 
Hii\ 1 44 I'lilonlst 



i.E A R 
house- 
ill- ninn ,iiid li- 

ib [acted to 



V tc 



w 



DENTISTS 



anted SWART BQ> ' ■ hi HARD 
t ■ ■ ston v I • i . l > H..\ 88)1 in; 



DR. LEWIS BALL DENIAL SUROHDN, 
.teuill block, corner ui.i mid Don* 

km streets Victoria, B. C- Telephones—- 

Office. Ik.7; Residence. 122. 



1 \ \ • v \T|.'|. -'|. i. K SALESMAN'. I 

i ■' \ llsliinnii preferred thftl can i 

hlgl . ts - ..i iiiiiisiiai merit . lib- 

emuncral Ion to 

i-noes desii - A PiPil Mi ' 'olonlst. 



DU. ll. J. HENDERSON, DBNTIST. LEE 
building;, oorner Broad and Johnson 
Sis- Phpne 8S80. OffiOS hours: 8. SO a. m. 
to 6 p. m. Evenings by appointment. , 



\ \ ■ VNTBD OUTSIDE Spl'.lClTOR H'OIl 
' ' well Known Ore iiism i upanj ■ 

salary and coinnilsslun to Ho rl_ni man. 
Addreas Box IIS Colonist. 



WE. FRA3ER, d, -M. L>. 
» Yates St., Gsuresohe 

hours: It.iSO a. in. In p. m. 
DRTEOm E8 



--OFFICE tsa 

block. .inn. 



BDETE'-TlVl: HllUH'l!, VANCOU- 
• ver. ' ui). iiimluai and eommerclal 
Investigations II. ti. Baron. Sup- r -Int .-n 
H ...i office. Rooms -01 and 808, Cyown 
buiidlng,. -Vjuicuuvcr. B. (_ Phone tju'i 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 

ACT-MO DETECTIVE AGENCY. DOING 
general, line criminal and civil pi 
Ive'work, or will find the where- 
abouts of any prisons whose Indent!) 
addresses are unknown, 90S i m nnnt 

1 1 liom- — ill II. 

HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCQt VER 



ALHAMBRA HOTEL— MBS. S. THOMP- 
son _ Sons, proprietors: R D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets B C \m,. ... is rtrs; 

hotel.' Situated In the heart ..t th< city, 
■' ,::uly equipped throughout. Midday 

Famed 



4 \ nil. CI IMP \\"Y iiriii: .TING in 
_V the proven Caillfornls oil field., hs 
a hls n-k of its shares to , " U 

marSei desires ■ I ■ stock 

saiesWoii. excellent proposition end assur- 

[rig iTilIr* returns I who ts aggressive 

and .-i.-ic. i II . Vp'p(>' 150 i 'olonlst. 



\> 



"ANTi 3D BOY OR GIRL 
good at 

!1.\ 150 or 



i,....d al figures, to work 111 



%v 



MCST BE 

I' 



w 



Mull. Douglas 81 ' 

CLASS 



ANTED RTH 

engtnei r Box 4;.r, i 'olonlst . 



n'AM'HH \N KXP-TRIBNCEI) . TREE 
11 agent t.. canvas lor tall ami sprlnc 
orders. Salar) nmissioii t.ald. Ad- 

,, ess Bo IS • 'ohmlsl office. 



\ l -A !■ IX BOVI FOR CHRIST 

> ' .inn eh Cathedral ttholr. ulso two'tenors 

Apply lo organlsi at the vestry ~. -t" Thurg- 

ngs. 



t \ • v-.'i i.d STRONG in 
V.I bam H- -.:<., Mary It 

w 



BO. 

reel. 



-_- 



APPL1 POP 
Victoria West 



\\ ANTED IT STRAND CAFE 
tl Johnson street. 







NE RE 1.1 Mil.E MAN 
ry, town to take 



European plan. 



Tunth a specialty, 
for good whiskey. 

iJLACKBURN HOTEL, — A. B. BLACK- 
* burn, proprietor. This well-known s-id 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed Is now, open to Its patrona Steam heat, 
. immodlous rooms, first-class dining- 
room, best attention ta Comfort of guests. 
American plan JL&0 to $.. 00 psf day. Euro- 
pean plan, Joe upwards. 3i"8 Westminster 
a venue. 



COMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER KABT- 
lugs and Cambie streets. Headquarters 
lor mining and oommercial no n. Rates 82 
and upwards. Atkins, Johnson — ; Bti 
proprietor— 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOII AR- 
rive at Vancouver take large auto bus 
which will take you to this hotel free. Our 
service Is the best obtainable at the price, 
American plan, 81.60 to 8-00 per day. Auto 
makes one trip dally around Stanley Park, 
F. Bayn.s, proprietor. 

LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



oust om-.m ado 
commission, , 
Toronto, i nit 



olothej 

_ 



w 



WANTED IN 
orders for beat 

ins da: highest 
llorlng Co .' Li 

IN 



D— ONE 1 

e\ IT) t-ie. 'i : .. 

custom made clothes In Canada. Highest 
commission. Rex Tailoring Co, Ltd., Toron- 
to. Out. 



l,1.N'i;i,ISH I.AUl I ■ I . . ■ I ' . i PUSITHIN.-Ttt 

•1 j ■, »_rs.. -i 

• iilon !.i 

lis colon Is 



invalid lady. Apply Bo 



■CtDUGATBD BNGL.tSHWOM HtN ■ I - 

*_4 wishes position as house-keeper or 
other responsible situation. No objection to 
enuuiry, capable, active, good plain, cook, 
abstainer A))ply Box 461 Colo., - 



yOL'NG LADY WELL BDUCATED, 
. t_orou _hTy dorrvsstlcated, deatses P.o- 

:m cofnpanlon, bi ■ . . oi nursi i • 
governess, or as housekeepei where servant 
Is kepi Apply Hox 1 1 If c.lonlst. 



f I tw t ) s I s't'Errs! -wrrtr 



ER- 

a stunditig of general housework, seek 
Situations Willi r»speclabje faral 

lo be together if possible' Bo I 

< '.. loll 1st 



\\'\- rill. SITUATION _l HOVSE- 

» ' k< . par, English, good COhk, no olijec- 
Hoik iii bountry, Box 431 Colonist 



YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION Xfi 
- rash*.,-; «n-hi knowledge „f book- 
keeping; excellent reference s. --Bar -mrs c |o. 
nlst. 

T A N T E D BY A GIRL OK LL SITU A - 
Hon to .in. i.r one child with young 



w 



pi ,ll.l, 



S85 colonist, 



\*"1NG WOMAN iSril'IVIli WISHES 
A situation as nursery or s. wing maid. 
Apply Box 218 Colonist. ' 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



\ \ *\N TED 

" Poin t 

U'ANTED- 
sti 



TEACHER FOR ROCKY 
school .1. D. Reld, Metchosla. 



TEACHER 

salary jr.n pal 



I'MK 
month. 



1inl.I1 



B .orrh Park si 1 . ■ 

Fpii ■ I 1:1 El -RNISIIED Hi ni.M- MODE! 
minutes 
lesli ed 



ANTED ii. 11 id 

•it ' I0S1 in. ipplj 

_ : , , , ■ , I 

W 1 " rii'Hi.i 1 i he all he 

' ■' 'iiptlons. in and ajrounfj Wctorls s- 
«nh us. we have buyers Marrjoti l\ i'- 

rrou nci \ ri,,,!,. p 1 , ' 

\ \ ' I CD \ 1,11 1 , ,\ i.| vden 

IIUi .' Statl II ' ins OH 11. IS 

• -.-■■nlst rr- 



l.l 1 1 
1,1 



A VI' 
Bl 



Acini.- in 



01 ' 
Break f Sal 

pi 17.1 



.lalk ii-i)in Inn 
1112 St J.mi'K sic 



•oikIi land ii.nsi le- chi ipi neigh bo 
lead - . 'ordo > / 1; 1 
A Aonif ion, 6S4 vui.-n street; 



r 



/li'TY CENTS SriGIl 

I'M Eluiiisli.il I; at 
Itfl 71.". Yhi.-h sie 



W7ANTED "in EXCHANGE 86 ACRES 
* » Impr .v, .1 Siiiini, h property for Victoria 



i unii'.n 



PROPERTY Kilt SALE 



w 



IlKh 



"ELI, FUHMISHED Hi" CIS \' 

housekeeping rooms to lei eleci 
t, liath. hoi ami ...l.f. ?18 M. l-'ort S 



|'!|l(l stani.i: 

• l)«l' II Lit I 



AVENUE, PHi 
ijomtoj Lab - fun 
rooms: board optional; terms modi 
close In; electric lljjli • and |slh M 
UoAndi 



rpo LET -OOMKORTABLI 1 I'EMSlII.c 
J- front rooms with usi ol kltfhSn " 

null , ,1 - Hlchlga 1 -• r aft as Ha;. - 

P" URNISHED ROOMS TO LET., 1 414 M~l 
,.l. . street. -Two mlnul. s _0«l ' 
wharf. 



MISCEI I AVF.OLS. 



! 



1'. H 

he 
I 
ph. 



II 



\\"\NTED — TEAf'HEK FOR BOLTH 

»' H«4li«»_-Wuinpi-r Passe male or fe- 
nd or third elsss 
ficate; inan-led. with family preferred: du- 
ties to commence after summer vacation; 
868. Write, with references to J. W. 
1ABLE MAN IN »••"■""""■• " ^etary-treasurer. 

1 fur bes 1 111 iini:iin\ imi'Iiiwikm AND 



M GORDON sTEl'AHi 

SI iv-el, Tn • . , I 

dn-HsliiK. ni.ireel waving, olecl I I -" ,li 
huir treatment, combln - ma I up 
23H8- ' • f . 

AN.SUM CABS FO'lt HIR1 D Nld 

phone •.".111. Stand. I'ort si h 

'|v ■ 1:1 cecils - rft Vi 1 1 ' 

' This 'is in inf'oi .11 oil that .',' P< 
is now excavating and rock '•■.., -it 
orders from you will isf- own 

son Ml atlentlon. Esiuin. ■■■ 
dora avenue, phone Ll I 

Bi ; :- .ND 1 i 
time 10 order bulbs If yotl wish 
garden to be beautiful • 'ly si- 

Snowdrops, crocus, tulips, daffodils. 
hyacinths, etc. Dutch, laps 1 »• md .. 
bulbs. Bend P. •'. trticulsrs to 
Woolstone, Beach Hous . *ro Ha 
P. O. Box 1020. . 

"VOTIi'E I WILL NOT BE HESP' - -. 
--1 hie for any debts con 
fny wife after this da:. • leati. 
Aug- I»th. l»t". 

HHIOWO-D. 

• and draughtsman; machtnery ■■ - . 

• d; drawings prepare,!. \> ' 

P1...I11. . is and engln s 1' ' ' I : 

\MCTi>RIA WINDOW CLEAN IN' • _ ' >M • 
pany, 781 Fori street, phone I'H 
Contrails taken by n-"k or month 



\\"ANTED —1" SALESMAN 1 TO 

' ' cover British Columbia with staple 

amissions, with JlOO monthly 

n.li'iii 1 tnenl position to right man. 

.-.-■ 11 smith Co., Windsor, out. 



HI LP WANTED— I 1 MALE 



GENERA! m.i m n 

1008 Eon Street, Hours 3:30 to o.SO 

Telephone 447. 

yt'ANTEO FOR TACOMA — AN EN 
• need children's nurse, also • 
tent conk: , references necgS— ry, 

\\ T ANTBD,-HOl SE PARLOR MAIDS 1 8), 
,' ' also gNteral molds Hi; good cooks. 
H»od. wages to still capability. 7 



\ \ ' .VI 'ED Q1RL WlHi 

'I loklni ipp'l> 



\\ r. Smith 



INDERST VNDS 
Mi - 
Thistle Hall, crulgtiow. i R'iI 



\ \ ' IMAN OR HI 111. W \NT.ED FOR DAILY 
H linm > llllj Re'li 

'1st.. ' 



fANTEO — TWO EIRST , c|, \ss WAIT- 
lias' n..i. i 



AO. F. COURT NORTHERN I 
No. 5935. meets at Foresters' Hall. 
Broad - iul ami 4th Wednesdays. W. 

F. Eullerton, secretary. 

KOF I 1 1 AH V. EST LODGE, 

- Friday, K. of P. Hall. cor. Douglas 
Pandora streets. J. L. smith, K. of R. 
and S. Bo_ 5 44. 



— CJON8 OF. ENGLAND, B. S. ALEXANDRA 

. B k J Lodge. Ill meets 1st and 3rd Wednes- 
day, K. of P. Hall. W Appleby, Foul Bay. 
President; d. .Critchiey. Secretary. Sidney. 
B. C. 



ROWLAaND BRITTA1N. HEGIST1 
' Attorney. Patents In all countries 
Fairfield building, opposite P. O.. Vancou- 
ver. ^ 



SONS OF ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 
• Lodge. A. O. E. Hall, Broad street, 

2nd- and 4th Tuesdays President c. Pom- 

i r. y, Victoria, West. Secretary, YV. Dawson, 
Head Street, Esqulmalt. - . 

PRE i 
Office 1212 Broad 
Phones, Inspector Russel. 1821. »u 



PLUMBING \M> GAS-TTl Dl 



COLBERT PLUMBING & HEATING 
Ltd For first class workmanship In 

the above line glVo us a t .-441. Temporary 
office 786 Broughton St.. Phone. 662. 



* N. ATKlNSdN. PLUMBING, STOVE 
-V. fining. 284* Blaricrftird; phone I 



I'llTII-ltl Ullll 1 H 



S' 



COAL AND WOOD. 



EWER PIPE. FIELD TILE.i\ GROUND 
Firs Clay. Flower Pols. ii B. C. 

Pottery Co.. Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Eta.. Victoria. B. C. / 



BURT, GEO. — DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coal. Delivered to any 



part of city, at current rates. 
>*rds. 735 Pandora. 



Ph mi. 828, 



in \i ESTATE m.i N i - 



GO TO J. E. GIUCE TO GET YOUR FALL ] 
ordera Wood piled in yard or lot bei j 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords ! 
or over. Tel. 14 3. ' 



CUTUBERT, HERBERT & CO— "-AH- 
gnins Victoria Real Estate." Invest- 
ments, timber arid' fruit Lands. 61 «l Fort __ 
Phone 1610. Cab o address, "Cuthbtrrt." 



HALL & WALKER— .WELLINGTON ___- , 
llcrles Coal. Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and' Nut Coal speolally pre- 
pare d. Tel, 83: 1333 G overnment St. 

TV-INGHAAI. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1203 

J-V BROAD St. Coal delivered to any part 

i 1 the city at current rates. Phone 047. 
f, foot of Chatham St. . 

I3AIN i . _ BONG COAL, WOOD 

and bark of finest quality at current 
rates, Try our now and specially prepared 
nut co.ala. Phono 638. Office till Cormor- 
«nt St. • 



MARRIOTT A FELLOWS - 1 
Late, loans, timber, mil 
orfircs Vaacouvi r, I New Westminster and 

• oria. 6 in T r> inpe 

PFI! HOWARD" A ' > 

tate. Financial and Tin nts. In 

business In Vlctrrla for over ' tweuty years 
office 630 Fort sireet. 



TKSELL. ANDERSON A CO. — REAL 
estates, tlrnbjcr loans, rentals, collections 
Offices: Rcglna, I Sask., and Victoria, B. C. 
Office: 1216 ii. ( | Phdne 1722. 



I 11IAMI Kll S AM) DAIRIES 



K OY ic 



VL DAIRY— CREAMERY BETTER, 



liable for quality and purity. 
Louk-i is .--t . oi Phone is*. 



Dairy 1110 



IIHAYMEN 



H-EY. JOSEPH — OFFICE 66 Wharf 
'str. • hone 171. 



V. i RUCK 
Tl tl p. i 13. 



AND BRAY CO.— 



IJ. 

pjo.vi 



c 



DTE WORKS 

- I id n WORKS THE i ■ i- 
inlng v^-orks In th«, 
i» solicited. T > 
proprietor. 



MIDI Mil RS 



JEENE A BW'V. IBAILMAKEBS. TENTS. 
gwnlnge, /-amrf furniture. Warehouse 
670 Johnson St. Phone 786. 

STENC IL A ND^ SEAiTeNG RAVING 

?1BNERA_' ENGH Q 

' r ' uttei ••••i./ Crowtber, 18 Wharf St, 

behind Post Olftc/e. 



SOCIETY FOR THE 
crutltyto Anlmali 



tetar>' L22I3. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



P'HIIRY AND LIVESTOCK 

\\' \ ^ 'I II \I!'.E1» FOX- 

' ' :• . pup (ms ■ . x 463 

Colonist, 



\\' :• TO PURCHASE. * GORDON 

»' .k-ii.i pu|i. inusi be cheap for cash. 

APPly BO* 482 ' Colon,- 



Pull SAI IROUQHBRBX) 

1 Setter' pups and ion ' hlckens it 



W'lH O P1NOTON COCKHELS E<it; 

■IT ,8Sle, Wtt Cook _ Sons, slrnln 



i nary h atched birds. 



H. 






ii bulldog 



TO ' 
pup. 



HI V A WELL I 
H..\ m; Colonist. 



\ \ ' WTilD To pi i:c|( \.hb, a GORDON 
' ' Sfl i - eash. 

,3|2 Colonist. 



1 



ENGLISH SETTER PUP 

pi- s. six months' old . Low en pi bi 

- II. 



LOST AND FOUND 



JlN THE KITH INST 11 -, EA8T 
' -liiii: rami ' .i 11- •- 

nlst, »" 



S\M> \ND l.lt \\ I I 



BC, sam. _ . iOT OF v M '",:"" v ;'.',■ r /' u ""' 

. Johnson St. Tel. 1388. Washed and ' 



I OST TWO WEEKS \.;.i. go 
' ■ ■ '. ■ • ■ mom li 

ears, bro.wn on ie )?s and stomach; 

' Vpplj 

in -im m i ii \n< I- 

X'MWl'VS 'M l.T'RNlTI'P.E 

'- illnjt housi . i.:i.n smiiii. ii. c , 



rent ■ Cor, Bi 

.1 j smith, ii c 



graded sand; gravel for work. De- 

i liy tcami or on scows at Royal Lay. 

j n ,i I, , '. i .; , i ' ' , - ____ 

BROR IIIWI) 



SALE THE GOODWILL AND 



QHOHTIIANli SCHOOL HI D ST. 

O vieioriu. ' Shorthand. Typewritlrig i contents 61 a c) ,-oo„, board and lods 

Bookkeeping, inegraphy thoroughly taugh,. insr i,, minutes of 

i' r s,4ioil„s fill »,.,,,i ' nrull Inliy I ' A tut _■_._. I _. t. — ■ 



\\ 

t,1 thousa 



OFFICE 

s.in.,1 dollars in 

interest , in business Appl 
nlst: . 



•IT.H i\ I 



l\ IJ AN EXPERIENCED SKIRT 

> > maker, also | ror ' h|gli elnss 

tailoring (julnker. i.r.4 Yai»s 



w 



•ANTED 

Apply 



434BNKRAL SERVANT, 
bnson street. 




V COME FOR V'OI NO GIRL WHO 

•**- 'will K idl nuit assist With work, 

small remuneration. Apply between ') anil 

lings Mrs 11 A. .Htchai -tis.il. lOS'-l 

Pandora avenue -j— : ; — ~~ 



LET -HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; 
t.wo bedrooms and kitchen. 487 
Street; opposite C. P.. R, Docks. 



\t "ANTED 'fl'EPINED 
' 1 . ..iiipnn i ,- 

■ 



PERSON 

<»0; 



AS A 

phone 



YV'ANTED.A RESPONSIBLE GIRL TO 

•' lake im il during afternoon. Ap 

Sirs. Hamilton. Roccab-lla. : 

"AN "ID WiAITRESS. _ OLYMPl S 

i 'af«. , 



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T° 

vllle 

T 77 

bath 
stroe 

I It E NT- T W ; ' FRONT FURN 1 5 

housekeeping rooms, one as bed-sitting 
room. — _t_or kiti-hen, gas cooker, sink hot 
.>____ cold water, etc., bath, It week. Barnes 
T 8S4 Courtney street. 






'ANTED HELP EOR THE 

tin try domesticated, irood .home. 

:»t. 



. \ ' UI VTEI.r. FOR THE 

i i count? working housi '■ g.-n- 

1 1 ly of lour. Apply stat- 
ing vases required in Mrs. SiratfIelrt..Moiint 
Newt,on. Seanlcbton P '■ References • 



\\ 



"ANTED A WAITRESS 
minion Hotel 



APPLY DO- 



WANTED- TO KEEP BOISE FOR 
three imn Apply 1137 North Park 
between the hours of 6 and s p. m. 

\ \ • i • TED Wl IM 

*' cooking, small ramtl'y; kitchen maid 

kepi; good bothe, 183 'Colonist. 



\\' i I' \ .1 -TANT NURSE KOI- 

V> Kclowns : Hospital, salary $;t0 

month. 8) llflcalions, lesf Imonlals, 

experi. ,, V |>pl>- to secretary. 

Box 8». Kelowna, B. C. 



WANTED -WOMAN TO CARE FOP 
baby and do light housework; would 
like her to go lo Kami. inps ■ for winter. 
Apply 1120 Andrew street, corner James, 
evenings: Victoria West. 



II "ANTED — A Ni'RSERY GOVERNESS 
»t Apply Mrs. .1. s. it. Matson. Mount 
le, Esqulmalt, between the hours of 
11 a.m. and 1 pin 



THIRTY MORE .- ' MACHINE "P 

cratn'rs wauled, electric power mii\ 
chines. ri K in hour day. union wages. Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Hoi ton A- Co . 
factory corner of Bastion and Wharf streets 
Victoria. ' 



U DRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 

Apply Airs. Angus, 3rd floor 

Spen.-" r's 

ANTED -MAKING APPRBNTI- 

< rs. Apply Miss McMillan. 3rd floor 

Bpencsfs i 



SIM Ulnxs \\ \NTED— MAIK 



\\ TED 111 MAN WITH IH'im TO I'N- 

' ' veil n 'i' i. • .. .u.-i i. .1 w nil Kit* en- 
gines. Apply Box loll colonist. 



I' 



I > \ . _'S 6TI v m D1 i: Hoi'.K., -in Ei hit 

I street, Wi -iean, press and repair 

ladi- . ■ v ,-.» i .,..,. nts equal to 

1 ono 6-4. 1 



Graduates fill good petitions 
miiiuu, principal. 



-iac- 



•.< 1VKNGING 



STEA.M D'.l. WORK 



l,i i.iM.- YARDS CLEANED. RES1- 

JL_. dencn 42N Cook St. Phone 1TD8 



the poi i ■ . is a splendid 

full) orcoplfld 

..p|i. .i-i linn [o cntfti iins line 

oi hm ._ • — r-jjr ' 

Appii li i ! i.u.i.i ,< fnvi stmi n 1 



\ NO man WITH. Si M'H!.' 

I pOSlllOIl . Sl'l'ly Box 

list. 

I troi 'no i: . i \~s~vri si \ es r a - 

. I « oik. u ill ink- 1 1 • month for stl 

• work, ii lib g l bom rl H-.v 484 I '•.' 

i- oi, ile. nil' il aii'i'l'l "* 

imi'ii oi- in. i P..-- 187 Colonist. 



14 



VICTORIA 
• st 

d or dyed. 



!• 



."toll 



SALE \ 



p . l< 717. Ladles' j YIcn./iiA 

1 > !>.:./ Govern 



i ■ a v i : 

121 Sim. 



1 I I I I Kll I \NS' 



.'. 



St ELECTRIC St PPI II.S 

' 



I ,'AL 



I,' 

tractors. M s, gasoline engine's. 



T'l'SON 
Mi- 
Phon. \ 1448 .' 16 '■' .it Si 

HA HATW null 72S > , , ; 
Ctrll iins, all kinds of supp li - 
Installations ■ id n pairs | romptly 

i . prides iii'.il.-rate. Phone 643. 



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1 Mil o> MIS I lit RE \l 
KG ON, 1708 QO'V t ST PHONE I 



iii.-ni street 

Aahl s nidi rulihlsh I 



Phono 662 



TTCJ-NG ON. 17/08 GOVT ST. PHON1 




si OBAGB 



K. 



IM' H iREHOl --IN., 



in i 7 

of Paws; commission, sto .., . 
housing. majJufnctur. r's agent i ; i 

No. 10. Phoito 384 is 408. 



: v D' WITH. /l_ 

I 
month, Room 2. 7 li, Yi/tes 



CJPLENDI1 

k ^ dustrious blacksmith and n 



bum shop v in ha rented to tli 

. particulars apply to L 
O- Dei i. Oak Dell Park. 



Q I - IB VOE' AND WA > 



can 



l.l ASS AMI GLAZING 



feel nl ' Bps Apply w W. Dun- 
■ . ' . i . ■ city. 

1 1 »- _ndcoiot.es 



DESCRIPTIi in or oi. a 

Plate, sheet, prism Stl tital, 

.l-d, etc.. Th.' Mtliose CO., Ltd.. 618 Fort 
rqet. 



E VER1 



PioNeer Coffee ,\ i i 
I. id., Pembrolto Hi .'. Vlctprjj 111 
phone 6)17. ^ 



I I11I1I II I \M»s I 1 l 



I 



IIAKDW Mill 



P rtl - .': ll d « (SO ll -ROW I i I 
impi. no nts. Corner ..r 
Johnson ind Giivet m m st- 

riiiu. iii.'K man r\ i; iiuiimu-i CO 
1 Ltd lion, ii. Bl, hardware ootlefy, ■:•' 
, ,i 14 y ,,.. ■ ei , . - i Victoria, B. C. 

Monke- Trnna lloSp 'TfSjMS -TCrmen mess- 

(rils. »t«el. " ,,n * nd tinwa * ■■■ k - t,T •• "-^ 



.1 I'.IC .ei ,1.1 

rial hoti 

_ 



t ' v ' 

I lands 



|,' I M N'DRV AMI I.- ,T on 

-I- Sim oi Street. - Iql "0- triangle 

'■■■i ''rice $3,7 00. Apply I , 



ROOM AND nOARD. 

BOARD .NX) Hi " i\l, i ,. L- Mi 
.1.11.11" * ll-.illl p.iHI ofTl. • 



, | 






P 



1 I ED Rl it. HIS \ Mi 1 1, , i i - | , 

; ' ' besi Bngllsl 

1 i . • ■ ... . , 

line; fli , , .,. , 



I Mil 111 XKINl. VMl I Mil HHI HO 



viinni.nl st 

II 

model . 



phone Ln ' 



' 



i H 



8_,_-. and *H kinis oi C-t_*-_- 



\ 



>7 



C FU> ERA 1. I i \'--- ISH 1NC1 CO 
il... 'i Bl i .23*. 

i . 
i ii . .i.i i „_i 

.1 HANNA -NDER1 i '• PAR 
d>i k BSO STates I iduate U, H 

College of Embalming I ontra. ■ to H m 

.*. j - . i >:,';. . phi Bi 18* ii - phon ill ai 



B. 

Pres 

w. 



S! AX1 " ' "' ' GOVEl 

street, i losi pariiamenl buildings 

- foi • -., 

oi '■ -• so labli boarfl sure sal Isfai tlon 
irth a trl -, , | 



DOOMS a.m. BOARD, TERMS Mm. EH 

4 "' A: 'u : ' Moti i Langiev street, on 

. . .i . i i , . . . ■ i 






V i H M VN -i'lKS 

I iikI yor im--- kind ol • 1*1 

hi in liusln. ssV boos, or wsjrehoujsh. 
i73i 'olonlst. 

\'"l ■M'l ti t . MEAT" AND " If"' 

I , ii.,, oi- nit ol .• ■ kind of 

work B i. si. 



i ■ tssvvKi: 1 30 1. 

" fRXperleni • "'' 

•Us ii>i,i ns«ii for n 

\,i,i.. .. ttox XY'K Colonist/'. 



j i . 

'I ei business 



WANTS POSITION IN 

ito\ tin Colonist, 



POSI riON AS -M \ I.E \TTENHAN 

I ssnrtleman Invalid or otharwlsi i thor- 
ough!) Would "travel dis- 

' lor 

«■ 



|,i •■' Ll ■ i 'i VI H .ion UN FECIT 

I_ ' ,. .mi N i • 1 1 1 y Pox 458 

.1st. 



fJITl -.i..- WANTED IMMEDIATELY 

O : -.'.• ... - hlcke.n farm, co..d 

milker and li; Willi pOUltl ! 

I'..,- it* Colonist 



W i IHES ROOM, or K I 

... -i i , ; .!- ii il. Naks, p " Hov 






I.' RI1 - \. . . .. ■ , I ST WILL 

* J I prepare balan. si" ets. 

■ for p 

i i; c.dii- 



U'ANTBD GIRLS eor DRB-SMARlNt. 
•I with some knowledge fclty.l 



W'W.ll-lD -SUPERIOR MiiTHERS H ELP 
>i it. city. 



TO LET— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 

ONE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING 
room over Htoddart's Jcwelery > 
Appl, Brunswick lo 



IV VM'EKSON. 'Ill 

> T . ,i . ., - grai s re- 

i 1'ieet; 

phone 1,1744 

WOM AN'Ss, EN I 

disposal of needlework! Im 

and every brn ..man's work . 

held in Hi. woman s hulldinii at 

fair. Ladles interested 

particulars on application ' 



Richards, Royal Oak, P. O. 

\X7E HAVE . "eLEC . 

ii key dup!i',-utliii: machine i 
toria for. Yale and pos 
a perfect fit always II 
Cormorant. 



THE 

i. i a It 
. tie 

i il 
lull' i- 
\ E 



poll, sale l'XH?TV-3I>i MILES ero.m 
* i- lojfia, on |.;. ,v- N. i: Sa i go 

' '''' ' ' "_'.i.,l.pn'"UKlil> gooil im m. .85 .. • ■ 
■ i ] .'..I nod. - , nil 1. atlon and • pastor. 
ompli i- Hi.. ... Implements ami 
' ''"1-; li'idsi d ... unfurnlshi il v 

lull pin ii. -iiiacs apply Hie: 602 olonisi 

I ^ o I ! SALE BARGAIN UN ELLIOTT 

1 struct, two lots. - losi ■•- Pari I -men i 

I'l'lgi I .1 . ■ .- ■ only $9,000 for i ii- 

|«". vuhk sain, i-i •■ p, Bagshuwe _ i -. 

Cloud street. 

|, , "'K .SALK-" VERY "CHEAP, FOWL P. \ \ 
* ia_t__ corner lot i i..i' . m i.. i i , 
' li'oking tin .... ■ .m p. k sah only I 

H. -Bagsli:. -. - a . ' . Ill ■ Rrottd si. 

I/' ": ii INUE EOR V _ 

•I .int lots. ii. m 5 -room l '.-stitrey hous 

. half al ■■ i. on Beach at 

Shoal bay. PC terms. G Man 

i Munday's Sho. Store, i tovernment 

• 

' I,'" BELOW !\ A:-' :. HM; 

' large, wen rftrnt — S-foom nou» 
Fort street, corner, ivi.th lour I. .is. • H 

hospital : •■.-in.- undation : 

_L_si.|iu nl ■- hot air 1'ii.in.i. . , all ino.lerm — Forr 

.L'lh I. tale i.nh Mil E c i!_ EHKSii.ivv 

1112 ' 

|,i.. r. HUGE GOOD LOTS IN 

.' South Vancouver for Jl.ooo cash. 
in. tin. Ilm building within 

block; should sell for double -within j •• 

\ppli direct to ]•• . i '. Winkler, 1924 Stb 
nhone ir: - ■ Bi 118; 

I I \ It K DA LB HOMKSITES. FOR $1" 

I nionlhly. $25 cash. $200 per lo 
cultivation, 60 foot frontage, 3'» bio 

from .ai IV.- will drive you out ai 1" .< 
i *.' .".. 7 p.m. P.-iiib.-i ton A- Sou., lilt For' 

HE A DCJEARTERS EOR FORT GEORG , 
Lowntit. mid has gone to I 

George and on his return In about I v. , 
Its will tell you all about tho townsn. 
! Child _ i'ii. 70 7i_ Yate s street. 

Ioi'K AT THIS TWELVE 111 Nl 
J aei-.-H. eignt miles out, hi threu main 

roads; ■ roo 

i.i.niii: i i. easy forms Ad.i'ln. 

. , , . I ;. ,.. 

I^ORTJATLE— ..18 ACRES U'tTli 

lake and a large deposit of llmes i 
analysins etii carbonati Tii-- 

property t'rbnts on. Hie B. & N. r«i:- 
| aiotigsld.. of station and near to Saani.-h 
a. iii. Mm.-, it •■ si.-d by Fiago .v ' '■• 

London. England 'inept, am' 1 i 

their certificate for same. Apply J. Wrigles- 
worth. 17 Ali Rails ay. 

MODERN .-ROOM FURNISHED I 
gainv on 



on lai go form r loi . one .- ■ ■■ 



.U.AL 
Vli - 

. tilt 



from Cook street car line;, half mile frt 
l-pottolTlce. 83.400; .81,000 cash will ha 
this. .Ow ner. Box '.V Colonist. 

I^OR SALE -A COSY n'-HOOM 1'OTl'f 
suitable lor young or old couple: mod- 
ern, p •'. Bo 



LET— HOUSEKEEPING 

Vancouver street. 



;,., HK4 



-on ly 



RNISHED I tfn -SEKEErlNG Ho.. 
Apply SSfl pTTnc-ees 1 av'enue Ao 
; :$10 mqnth 



uils 



I.I1T FCRNIBHED, LARGE PED 
room With use of dlningroom, kitchen, 
and telephone. Apply 1-0 Goverpnicni 
'. James Bay. No children. 



T 



O LET--FURN1SHED HOUSEKEEP- 
Ing rooms. 819 Pandora avenue. 

TO LET— HOUSES 



rpo LET— FURNISHED, \"EW t-ROOM 

•* house ,iHh every loodern .-onvenlence 
piano, eie., neai Governmeni huiidlngs; $35 
non ill Address 51-1 Colonist off I'-. 



ui ley 

ON 

i at 



THO. SPEAK FRENCH 
J- three months; improvement .- 
method. Trial lesson free, 180' 
avsVtue, phone R1641. 

STAMPING FOR FANCY 
your__>wjj material. * Ordeis 
M.S. -Turner. 817 Port sir:-_. 

VIOLIN. FLUTE AND ifARP ML i)AN 

Green t Late Stir, S-leist, nl. teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band.' ..it 1...1 
don eoncerts, etc. Desires i 10,(15 

Richmond avenue. 

REMOVAL NOTICE— Bi C. II iP.i >W ARE 
Co., Ltd., have removed the:— •. arm Im- 
piements v buggies, wagons, ef' i.i 738 

Johnson street; east of Douglas ---.i. 

CfTUME PULLERS AND ANT 7 • >"LS RE- 
lO quired for lund clearing, 1 eKlng 
Free triai. Prices and terms api The Du- 
creat Stump Puller and Tool mm jtaciurers. 
466 Burnslde ro-ad, Victoria H 



REMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 
all, bulloVr and g-ene; al con ractor. has 
removed to til Port street, abut Quadra. 
Tel. 820. 



tJNAP- LOT. MICHIGAN STREET. 40x120 
fi feet; high; car line; near OovcrnmSflJ 
bulldlngt, $h»0; terms.- Owner, Bo.\ i,6L 
nisi 

OOD LAND FOR SALE— FIFTY M I 
from Victoria un E. & N. Railway easy 
to < se lo good market, closs to 
H- hool -.ml churabes, Will- cut. up • --. 
purchaser from ten acres up, land adjoining 
held twice the' price 1 ' am asking. Als.. 
seventy f:\. aire firm, — __"~_~Tg. 
■ ins. can show fifteen per cent on 
money invested. If you mean busli.»sv 
writ, fbr particulars. No agents need apply 
Box 958 Colonist. . _ 



READ THIS— Poll SALE i iPI . IIU-l 
Burnslde toad, close lo Portage I 
and propoeed line, 17 acres at $20Or,a 
Holrnesl Bui'nslde greenhouses. Straw 
Vol. . P.O. 



/lORDON HEAD. TO RENT— -COTTAGE, 
VT six rooms, and 10 aeres. also log cabin, 
lumber lined, stabling. si\ fowl nouses and 
run. good water, 1U0 p»r month: leae« If re- 
quired. Harmati' & AppbHoii. Ml i Yates 
sir. ej. 



ai.. RENT COMFORTABLY Pt'RNlSHED 
■ " six: roomed house, with modern con- 
nees. Apply '.''.31 Rose street. - 



t\'E HAVB THREE OR POCK PEOPLE 
' » In ih- nfllee every day looking for 
houses lo rent If you have one di 
and l»t 'us have partleuiars of it. Robert 
Orubb. 121. Hrnad Street - V 



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ANTED NICE FAHIL1 To RENT A 
...iiiiK'- ample grounds and >vi-rj- 
eonvonl'iie,; situated n»ar Four-Mile House. 
Ho>. vr.7 Victoria 

IMMSMITH IH'ISE. ■ TEN ROOMS, 

, - furnish month; ovrntm IMden. 

I'..«.|l and First avenue, Ladysmith. li i ,'. 



rito LET— MODERN 7-ROoM Hi 
1 IllllsldJi gvenue, elose in Douglas street. 
II II Jones, Room 20, Pro-mla Block, Gov- 

ei ninent si i ■ 



To R ENT— THE in ROOM HOUSE FUR- 
nlslod at 14SS I'ort. street, for six 
monihs or one year from September 1st. 
Phom 2480; no small Vhlldren. 



TO LEASE FOR LENGTH OF TIME. A 
furnished six- i. ...in COttAfC, all mod. in 
rhnvenlonc.es, neai- h.-ach and car Hue. 
Apply -I South- Turner, slrc-ei. James Bay. 



HOE3E TO RENT--1712 DENMAN* ST. 
10 rooms with all modern convenienc- 
es, large garden with flowers and 
tables, twenty-four fruit tre<-ij, thirty dollars 
ntth or would lease for ono year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hoi. I 



-I MMER RENO it i» 



Be DIVE. "COWICHAN BAY. BOARD 
i rooms ava-lahle for the salmon 
ftshlnB season. Apply j :-n 

Bv HOTEL. COWICHAN 
under new management, good hunting, 
bathing and fishing. Hotel earrJage mevts 
trains at Cowichan stallon. For terms apply 
T I. Forrest, COrtfetdP. O. H. c. 



BUCKLAND PARK, WEST PENDER 1SL- 

and, Seaside summer resort, a few 

thirsts tsken. , Hates $1.00 per day. W. 
QVlm'mer. 



DERRAVARAGH — ESyUIMALT ROAD, 
road, largo garden, beautifully tttuat- 
<il. near tea. On car line.- Tennis moder- 
ate. Phono L72R. 



WANTED— TO RENT. 



, • I II-ll'.D 

I ...... 

pent: statrt price; .phone. Apply Box, 492 

Colonist, 



tlTANTBD BR-JsTt-T. HCNOM.nw NEAR 

»t elo. about four rooms or tw I 

,,,,,ii,h -,u,i . Kii.-hen. unturnishert. Address 
lll.v 808 Colonn- ^^ - 

Voi v 

1 n In private house. Apply lb 

Colonist. - , 



I\IM WISHES ROOM iWITH OR 

J ivllhoul boSrri > 1 s' I $ and psr- 

ticulars to Box .184 Colonist. .. 



GREEN HOU8E8— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS. 
long ladders, stepr. meat safe, dog 
houses in stock and made to orSer. Jones. 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory, 1003 
Vancouver and Tal.-t str.et. 



FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



J^IOR SALE— MOTOR LA ' 
"Gladys." 18 feel loni 
fust eiass condition. Apply i 
Bay boat house. , 

FOR SALE— LAUNCH 21~" 
all, Ave foot, 8 In. 
•brass fastened; hardwood fin - 
View street. 

\ t'TOMOBILE FOR 

• V ,. ai.-d in h. p. . 
front, lamps, sphto tii 
spb-ndid ruhni-ns order. $." 
sale. Hurrell, i \i .-st. 

Broad stroe i. 



'ITT OVER 

;• and 

VpplN 7.7 



SMALL FARM — SOUTH SAANICH. 8 
miles from Victoria on main. road, 
acres, pretty stx roomed bungalow, recen i 
painted Inside and out. spring water 
house, barns, stables, five chicken honv 
*00 fruit trees, 1,006 strawberries, kite! . . 
garden, all small fruits, about six scr • 
oats and peas and seeded down to 
and grass. 80 chickens, ducks, three In. 
bators. brooders, good family cow nn.l 
quantity of farm Implements. As 
going concern. 32,000 takes Immediate |n 
session. Price $7,000, 10 years to pay I 
balance. Apply J. K. Colonist office. 

REAL ESTAT- 



ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 

R-- i»l 1-liite. lu-iu-iio.e and 1 inn m li, I A^jelll- 

(onve.mnccr nud Notary I'uhlii 
Phone 'L'liil BIS Fori Btrcel 



i: FOI'.R- 

i • , Klass 

■ ij-n i pmeni ' 

yuiclt 

M iter Co., 



GOOD Bl'lLDING SITES ' 

-AMP HiON .M-REET, 60x12'!. (*0i 



I?»OR SALE .'HEAP. II 
three loom,,! flat, host 
of e|ty, rent $1.'. per month 



ITIOR SALE GOOD 
display. *1S: "0- foot 
filing cabin. ' $(! 
nlst. 

ipoR SALE 
4 h. p. engine. 

n. c. 



HOP 

F. ' 



■IN if I RE 

slitonl lal part 
riior,,. :'496, 

W l NDOW 

. ..-nlller, $10; 
H.v 462 Colo- 

.Al'.NCH. 

ii . . k, Mayne, 



$700 



•OWAN AVE. 80x105.' I 



C; 1(1(1 COWICHAN AVE. Olxl L'.'.. illlli 
S(J00 ' |;,,AK HILL RD. 50x120. (.93); 



•??/•,— DUCHESS ST. r.nM2'». t39> 



WANTED— MIHCKL1.ANKOUS 



w 



"ANTED - SOMEOJ 

I. frier pup. Inquire 



\ \ • -■ '-I 111. I . -AN. Go 
i i will pay l .' p- 
Colonist. ,s 



TR MN FOX 
• Empire hotel. 

.-'K'THITV, 
Apply Ho 



liililll -PIANO. 

. 

' in • nue ; phone 



\\\\NTEI' TO Hi 
> > I.-, ii. 

inre. of Apply IB Dsll 
R1*0" 

j 1 T~< \ \ S D WILL 

I-' i. --- that $100 mi Inlng you $1",- 

. In H sot- honest lni.nl 

ment ; latest. Bes\ oppo iiinlty on eaith: 

writs qniek fn parties J- R. Ryan. 

Sault St.- Marie i 



TPXPERP M'l N'llLSE II AS 

i-_ accomodation In hsi nun. home for a. 

private patient \ddrcte H.'.v 874 New 

Westminster, B. O. » 



\V NTED v - IlmtM) REVERS 

ii Iiik ..'Iul' -h for 20 I nrsepoiver marine 

motor 'also l>earlngs for i '«.:■ shaft. Apply 
442 CotonlsL 



I 1ST Vul'll 1'ROPBRTl WITH A LIVE 
1 J firm We now hai . i h hu 
to purchase. <H pays to s. - ..« Canadltin. 
American Heal I j' Co., I.. I Douglas* Si. 
Phono JIB) ■ | . - • 



W~ ANTED ,TII i - 

Goods Company v.:. - liber buy or 
take In exehaik <ii..itiin or rifle. , 

\\ il-.l. > : FOR 

TT Amalgan . Development' •',, ., 

i-iros \in ■•> -i.'iT Colonist, 

nl victoriaI 

Names and addregs. s wanted of pro*" 
poctlve settlers and horn buyers now liv- 
ing In British Islet and Canada ' 
send , names to Vaneouv»i island Develop- 
ment League, l.-i Broughton street, vic- 
toria. Llt-niiiire and full Information 
soul In all names furn 



$(;:>() 



$650 



-DUNSMUIR STREET. it" 



lot. ( 1 o: i 



-RR FOURTH STREET. 00x120. I 



$500 
$800 



-FOIL ll.M RD, _»Xl_0. ISSf) 



7<W1 •" GRAHAM STREET, 00x112. 



$700 
$700 
$S50 



ll'iWE STREET, 05x110. t 9l> 



KINGS ROAD. BOX 1 00 



V>-~"-(k - IvINOS IlI'M'. .". IvIlC. t-41) ' 

^-~-f\ MOSS SI REET. • 

S 1 I MM) N " AVE. 80x121.. 

SI *"»0 l ' l ^" ,|; s ' ll;1 :iTi~ 



-- BASIL. AVE i in . 



HIWKSON SIDDALL & SON 

P. f. Box 177 New •:■••* Tbeatr* Bulldlns 
Tel. S8S. 

•)( ill a i ties. GOOD FARMING LAND ON 

i'ii Alder, Somi spruce and lie. Price 
84.800. . ' 

KCrtB't-OT, 11 ARM, NEAR 

Mill Bay, *.. . . 



y 



to him 



To KENT IIHiil 'P. CENTRAL 
lot Hiio. i floor space, mod- 
.. L -Apply-PTO.' BuV -»»-r 



II IfOl 1 ! 11 n- in il OF 

law. or ih- i 'oR.v hooks, drop me a 

, •-'! oil i V. Ill 1„ IH V ,, 

,i once a month. Edwin ,1. Gallon 
i old book store, 7 S2 Granville 
Vancouver, 

Bi ' IAGE' PROMPTLY HANDLED it 
current rates by "Un»'-Victorla Transfer 
Co.. Phone. 129. « Office .op n night and day. 



riin i'Wii'Hli/1 ROOK- LAKE CABII 
I in wiih stove, Cooking utensils 

miiltiess; i-ii month or Ly w ;-. V, P. ' 

_— 
'p. . ofs AND ■ APPLY 

ear Douglas St. 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO- 

Room 7, M.ih.-u I 



1112 Government Bl 
T»l. Ull. 



WANTED I'D I T'RC1.!A / SE, OLD MA- 
hiigiic-v furniture, clocks, grandfather 

im "'■>.' -i .•'. ■ tc. A. A. Aaronson, 

. ,;, |1 . ... 1 



, rn. . rooms and 

JL, tn i "ii est, ii. 



\\'eli, edi CATBD .1 
* * ■ lei li S I, « oi i<. ; sms figures . 

!■' ' ..hum n. I. -. I, mftl i -I Appli Bo> 4'H 

• -nlst. ■ I 



v ton iiiMi" ^i H s 

Xn" i i. v ...i CO VBTERINARt UOl 
, | Catalogue mulled Ire*. I'i 
, i s ; > M.i i 1. • i s I reel, S.F. 



I P E K, 
ion. sacks and all 

highest 
Junk Agency, 



\\"> ■ 
\ I 

I mils of bl 

prices paid 
Store - 

ntique jEWtoLBRr, diamonds, bn- 

gravln-o id pi. ui. .1 told 

| -lis A A. Aautifcn, 86 Johuton sliest. 



I il A" 1 
id, BASt 
leg bnd i 

. rorla 




! U- V\ 11.1. 



I. i Bin. 



/ 



Thursday, Auguat 25, 1910 



VICTORIA rtAILY COLONIST 



17 





Esablished 1858 




Prices as low as consistentwith first-class work. We have by far 

the. largest and nost complete of ficem Bntisn 

Colunbia, comprising 





i 



■ 



Lithographing 
Bookbinding __ 
Photo Engraving 
Copperplate Printin 

Embossing 

Label Printing and 

Varnishing 



Work done by us in any of the above department .canna be 
excelled throughout Canada. Our aim is to do only £ >rst-class 
worl at reasonable prices. Infact we will not turn out a poor job. 
Our object is to retain our customers with the quality of our work 

and the very reasonable prices. - 

We carry by far the largest and most complete stock of Flat 
PapeTs and Envelopes in British Columbia, and are always pre- 
nnred to execute anything incur line, whether it be a Visiting 
&£&E2Z£ffi<A otany kind, printed or lithographed; 
' Pamphlets Targe or small labels, plain, colored or varnished; 
RuW Punching. Binding Taw Books, Blank Books, large or 
fr^an f al^o making cuts or tesims such as M^« 
t Copper Half-tones. Lithograph Maps equal to any that can be got 
from the Eastern cities. 

We are sole agents for the Tengwell Loose-Leaf Files and 
Bind^s Soto Celebrated Majestic Loose-Leaf Ledger, the.best 
on the market. 

If merchants and others that have been getting their supplies 
from the East would give us a chance to compete before sending 
the" ordef^way. the'y will fi,l the work can be done better at 
home and at the same price in qual quantities. 




rELEPIiONE 




FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL 




IN WALL STREET 



PaClflO Wli.ilmu ('..Mini. 
Pacific WlialiiiK, l'l'-l. 

SI. Willi l.lllul' '• • • 

S. A. Script '•'■< 

mi i.n Creak 

Main ii'" >f • • • 

i >. K. Fracl Ion *• ■ 

I 'ii'rt land ! Janal - 

Portland Wonder ■ • -v- • ■ 

U,-,| i 'lilts . . .„ ; ' 

si.w.ii i m. and D, ..■'■■ 



Light Day's Trading Leaves 
'Most of Active List Lower- 
Crop Report Depresses 

Canadian Pacific 



in' ire 

ml 



NlTW YnKh 

was limited on 
and t|i«' OUtCdl 

of thi 

to tWO I" 

courajflng 
the Btrlke 
Tin Plate 

A II off! 

and oat 
; iced ' th 

] (Mi Kill' IK" 1 



, Aim. H.~ 'I'n"' ■ 

todaj '•■ stock '■ irU.i-t, 

,, , ., prices of sonic 

• live issues from imo 

lowei The most < >n - 

,,,. u . ,1 th< da w ftH lM: ' 1 

,', , ,,, MM. rii an Shei t and 

i ■,, | n ..! tc< ra wa 

.; , )timate D of the w heal 

, ,,.. in western Canada 

blriBd yield at about 

bushels and was followed 

() decline in Canadian ' Pa- 

: es. • • »■ "■' 

A ,. t. -..in tit reporting 

to the government the extent <>i tnfc 
,. curtailment plan declares that 
output by the leading producers here 
and current month 

will .show a reduction ol almost 20.- 
000 000 pounds, and that this dlmlnu- 
is to continue indefinitely. 




BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD. 

Stock and Bond Brokers. 



f 



Vi- acre . . 
Less than, 



..U'il 



• •••'• 



NEW YORK STOCKS. 



Nugget J ibid 

I ...M.lil. I I ■■■■■■ 

I .in !kjr ( 'alin'iK't 
'Snowstoi in ..••„• • 

. ii" ■•■ shoe , ....;■• v 

Hajntotiw Cariboo ' 

Sales. 
(82 Portland Canal at .31 

g| | ROj a Is lit .2 1. 

1 — « . ■■ - 

CHICAGO OBAIN MARKET 

(Kurnlhled by f. W. Stevenson & CO.) 
,. . auk. »♦, -Tb« market ap? 
,,,,. ,,i its bwn weight ft good 
pan of the tin,. ; today and outside of 
efforts to boost prices by local bulls, 
there was little support. Elevator >i i 

bought S«pta,mber and sold Decern- i 
ber against purohases of May. Local- 
tradecs who went home long the previ- 
ous day unloaded on the breaks. Llv- 1 
erpo-ol and in fact all foreign markets 
i„nK. Reports- of threshing re- 
turns from Northwest Indicate m«*t 
larger yields than expected. The offic- 
ial report estimating the Saskatchewan 
,',,,„ at 08.000,000 against 90,000.001 

,'„. texgi i out turn than expected, 
wos'giv.-n out Cash demand wai 
•ind there Is no adequate outlet > • 
the cash wheat. Export business was 
eported tmt was unconfirmed. 
Wheat— 

" Open. lliK'h. 
91) K 100 



Oak Bay Acreage. A snap, 
ioo Feet near Empress Hotel. 
Xinden Avenue, 3 lot.-, near Qajla 
Moss Street^ 6 lots. Each 
Wellington. Farm in -complete ninnini. 

Menzies Street, JanwaJ Bay,.,5- r «' led tiou 

all electric fixtures, hlimls. gas rah' I 

cash. Very, cneap at . — - • • • 



per 



irder 



1 1 he 1 • ! 






. .$1,850 
. . . .$100 

. . .$i,5 00 

.'.:'. .$700 

A snap; 

lasement, 

$A 11 HI 
.$3,600. 



Tr. 



, 



Phones 247,0 and, 47> /.. " £"< -^nnncnt St. 

■ : . VICTORIA. B. C. 




tta hed by V. -W... Stevenson & 

NKW VIIKK. AUK. 24. --The COU. 

the stock mat 0*9 »«• V* 

S* a greater P*r< W ^ attUude of 

M from the other 

Bide Indicated « « : '" ^-'' ,>>< - 

,,„! belligerent course by politicians 

entertained and a« a ,,'sui. p.es- 
,, garter was notice. „i. 

I", Hfted 

effort on ■ of Interest id.;, 

wlUl the rebent upward movements to 

BteW the tide Of gelling except in the 
last -hour when a few of the standard 
issues' showed 5 disposition- to-rallj 

sllKhtTvT ntiu-wrb' was pot much 
news of imr orianee .but uiscussioh rela- 
liv ,. to monetary conditions continued 
and in that e„nneetioi, an advance in the 
English bank predicted for to- 
morrow The local institutions appear 
to be losing cash but the s« g sur- 
plus reserve and «h.- Jack of intense 
speculation served to offset the 
tlraWals. * 



Sept. . • -> 

Dec 104 V (1 1 U 

May 108% 109% 

Corn — 

Sept 60 7 s ,W- 



May 60% 

( lats — 

S. ill 34 Vi 

Dec •• ;l,; % 

May -3»* 

1 ork — 

Oct 20.60 

Jan ....18.-40 

l.ard 

oct. ; n-95 

Jan 10.50 

Short rttbs^— 

.... ... .11.70 

Jan ... »-65 



Low, 

9 8 ' .j 

108 



Close 
"18 

108 




COLD STORAGE 

t cW«GEijCE CO. 

-. r- . -_■•_ T> n 



Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at till hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments soU€44e&- 




'58%. 
00% 

34* 
36% 
:iyV4 

20'. 6 5 
18.47 

12.00 
10.52 

1 1.7H 
i). 66 



57V» 

34% 
89% 



58 

'34% 
S«% 
3»-% 



20.46 20.57. 
-t-HrSO 



11.90 
10.45 

11.60 
0.78 



■ 11.'.") 
1047 

11.62 

:i.ou 






THE. LOCAL MARKETS 



Phone 2456. P. O. Box 793. 

My Aim is to Make 
Money tor My Clients 

— l-hnve stu dledlh e N«w York 
Montreal and local" lists and 
shall ho phased to advlse~Tw4- 
accordlngly. free, of charge. 



Phono 2358. U22 Oov^ St. 

Oldham & Matterson 

BROKERS 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and , P'^nc'al 
Agt. Member Victoria Stock 
Brokers' Association, 
Rodm 16. Marion BI,ock. 



Now is the timer to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES^ 

Call on us for particulars 

Office to Let. 




-»«»»«»♦- 



High. 

AWis Cham'iers- -,-*,--, . 

Amal. Copper ...... 64% 

An.er. Car. and 1 dy. 4.% 
Amer. Cot "11 .... 63 

Amer. Ice 

Amer. Loe*. 

Am«r. Sneltlng • • • • 67% 
Amer. SuKar 



6t% 

61% 

88% 

66% 



134 

40 

U'4% 



■, t v 9 



Amer. T.l. ...".. 

Amer Tel. , 

Ale"' i'i" 

Atlantic Coast .. 

Aleliison 

do. .pfd 

B. and O.* y « 

do. pfd 

1 1 K. T 

Q. C. C. and St. I 

C. P." K 

C. and o. . 

.1 A. 
.-:,! «1. W> 

f. and N. 
i-., M. iin<i 

1/fd 
Cenlpal l.eatlier . • • • 

C, JF. aiid I 

ale. pfd. . .'■ 

Bou,_. .• 

do. l,«t. prd :.'... 

Con. 'hi* •••:. — 

Corn Products .... 

D. and H ....-•• 
D. and K. G 

do. pfd 

ldstillers 

■■ ■ -- : -..- • 

do. 1st. pfd. . . 

<;. i, lClee. ' ." •'• 

i;t. Nor. Ore. ctfs.. 

p«L . — 

[ft Cm: ..•■ • •'• •< 
Inter Metro 

int. Paper 

Int, rump 

i,, v , Central pfd-- 

i 1,. and N". ,.■••■ • 

ay 

do. pfd. < . . - 

Max. Can. 3nd 

t. r. 

do. pfd. 
M. K. and T 

do. pfd. , . 
Mn. Pao. . . ■ 
l.ead 



Closing 
Low. Bid. 

8 

" 63% 

16%. 

61 

T9 

,34 

1 1 :> * 

133% 
39% 

98 

108% 
87 

7;i r > 8 



Bran. 



re«d»t utt«. 

I)nr 100 -Hne — rrrr.m 



~T33% 

133% 

39% 

97 %L 
pin 
10.3% 

73% 

1 Sfi 



Short* prr 100 lb». 

Ml.l.llu>(f». l"-r 100 IDi. . ! 4 -. 

Oat». I>«-r 100 IbB • 

Feed Wiuai.' por 100 lbs. •. . . 

.ViUhi'd Oats, per too tb». . . 
Barl'ty. per 100 lb«, ....-».. 
eru»ti«il Barley, per IOO Iba 
Chop Ke.,1. .f.r WO lb«. •• 
Whole '"',"• I'- ■ ""' '"'rfj-- 
..racked ^'rn, per HO J 
Fec-u I'ornitKPtU, per 100 lb». 
Hay,' Frasor Klver. per ton 
Hay, pro-lrty v 



1.40 
1.50 
1.70' 
. ' 1.66 

2.10 
■ 1.75 
1.50 
J 60 
V60 
1.K5 
1.S0 
1.90 

. . '.u.oo'ii :t. oo 

1!*.00 



STEWART 



188% 

: •• i .. 



22% 

HI 



1 ! 
1 1 



It 
1 6 1 % 
30 
69% 

27%- 

' •' . 

n3% 

.124 



32% 



- 

102.% 
29 
69 

27 % 
24 '. 
42' 4 

123 



1 15% 
32% 

too . 

71 % 

i « \ 

13% 

29% 
. 69 



Fti'th island, per dojen 
Eastern Kbks, per dos.n . , 
Cbwese — 

Canadian, per lb .-••■ 

Neufchatsl. each •• 

Cream, local, «aco •< 

llutt^r-* 
Alberta, pee lb. . r. ••'•••••< 

Best Dairy .•• 

Vlctoriii ereauiery. per to. 
rowlehan Ureatnury. per lb. 
Comox Crtamery, per lb. , 
-9«H-.eiprlng Is. Cream 

nour. 

Royal Hou»%»oid. a bag . . 

• he Woods, tt bu.K 
Royal -aandnrd. a bo« . . . 

Wild Rose, per sack 

si i. |..-r.sack 

'Calgary, a ban 

Bnowtlttke, a bag • • ■ • 

Drltted Snow, per sack . • ■ 
Threes Star, per sack ...;. 
Uoftet's Best, per bns •• 



I ■•'. 



: it 2 > 4 



80% 

1 4 1 % 



21 

41 
143% 

' 
12S% 

17% 
Hit* 
J9 



Meats. 

Beef, per lb • 

Mutton; per lb ••_• 

Mijtton. Australian' 

Ve'al^ dresstd, ptr lb • 

Geese, iresaed. per lb 

Cbtckt-ns. per lb ;••" 

Chickens, per ^b , live Wfcljrht. 

Ducks, dressed, per lb 

1 loins, pe-r lo- ....... -,..••• 

i'ork ..-'•.■ • ...,......-.•• 

rrutt. 




Actions speak louder b «»»» ^S,,.^^ 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC V ALU lib 
are steadily advancing, as the development of the 
. country progresses. At present prices.^lots ,n Stew- 
: art City are a spleridid^n ve stment. 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 
Offices 9, io. n Board of Trade Building, Victoria, 

U+ » « y y ■ « • > »- »•> ' « ' » » ♦-» 



DOMINION TRUST 




Capitaland Reserves - $i>i 00,000 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: 

1001 LANGLEY STREET, VICTORIA, B.C 



.080 20 

.16W.30 

.i&u.jo 

« .10©. 14 

.:a»i9 

.12Vi W 1» 
.2UU » 
.1SU.2» 
.1(0-20 



85 ,1 J6 
1 25 

.60(81.75 
:• 50 

2.50 



M.128% 



31% 

62 



ml V\ 

rod \v. .. 

Nor, i'iie 

r.'K'ifir Coast. 
Pacific Mall . 

ay 

1 las 



.111% 
. 40 






ading m ^ 



p, Sleel . 

:, [aland 





Plums^-local, ppr basket ..... 

readies, per box .■ • • • 

Crapes .' at. J per, basket... 

[".-art 1 Col. J per baox 

Appli » 1 Cal. I' per— box 

Apples tlocall per ti.ix 1. 500^.00 

lis, 6 lbs 

caulll lower, each 

fr.^n. laoie. per lb. ......... 

Lemons, per doieti 

I Oranges. Naval ............ 

. bananas •' %« 

Green Peas, 2 Iba. 

Apples, per box 

Grape Fruit. ' (Cal. ) 

Grape Fruit, ( Florida > 

rsfetatKM. 

On Inns. « lba lor <■ 

Beets, per lb. .- • 

Carrots, per lb 

Onions (Australian) 3 -lbs. .. 
Tomatoes (Florida), tier lb... 
Artichoke*. (Globe), each.... 
Artichokes. Jerusalem, lb .... 

Parsley.' per bunch .. 

Celery, per bupeh .......... 

Cucumbers 

, i New Potatoes, 8 l*s 

uUfUiWer. each 

ll-*ia Cs»»ba«e, new. per lb.. 

1.4". luce, a head • 

Uanlc, per lb 



This company is prepared to act asTransfer Agent and 
Registrar, couhtefsigninR and certifying the issues of Stoc&S 
and Bonds of Mining and other companies. Shareholders. are 
thus protected against ow-iatsue through error and valid 
scrip is assured. 

For terms, apply to: A. E. Plummer, Manager 






J 




.5 rii 

,M 

.30 

.10©. 50 

. .KtflO 

.25 

2.50iu , 3.50 

.16©.l*tt 

.10 



t» 
01 
.02 
.2* 
J2I 
.10 
.1 
.01 
.19 
.10®. 15 
.35 
.20 
.u« 
u. 
.IS 




FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 
This property was being held at $1,400 per acre. N^N 
1 " 7 fcred for a quick sale at 

$1100 -PER AC RE-$1I00 

N B. MAYSlVlITn & Company, Ltd. 

»'.?•.*' Mahon HullVllnit. 



Phone 1500 




PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 



BGTIGHT ANJ> IOLD 
OOMMISSION 



OK 



•ill! 



VICTORIA STOCK EXCHANGE 



R. D. MacLachla--. 

Member Victoria Stockbrokers" 

Aasoclatlon. .. r 

Board of Trade UtrtWingi 
Phone 2106. 

*^A*v Kt T- 'l* "v •• "5 ' S 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOC^ & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

1114 Government Street 



1. 






14-16 Mahon Bldg. 



Wanted 



Int'l Coft! and Coke. ■ 

.1 Collu-rlr-s 
I He WtuiliiiK com. 

fio Whaling vU\. 



1 



For Sale! ~, — r 

Am. Tr-lepfi-n prions 
nadian Maremil 

Crifiib-. Cons. Mining. 

.,,., I'h'icuix Brewln© 



— i 



_*— 



Private 



Wires to Chicago. New York, Boston, Montreal 



Oil 

■ ji vv. 

Wii.i ' nd < ' 

I 

Western Ooai itid • 

11 1 Perrtiarn n I 

1 , ! ea ■ Wesi Pqi mat 



:\v Stevenaon fi ''" ' 
Bid 



- 



.03 



A 



.120. 



Bto< 1 * n(1 r' •>""•' l1 ft " rrlt "' 

Vanconver. 

iVniers ■ in Government. Muni 

uturcB. 

\m on London. - 1 n 

• n.l Toron-tn i:\. hanRes bougni ana 
sold ott,Comml8»i.m. 

M IN' IXC 81 ' 
Punda InvcBted for Client* on Mort- 
K .-iKeB and I ' lte - 

Tou Van deposit your money at 4 




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The oUfcst Insurance Of fice i;.«l;-^ 9in , * 

Cnadlan iVrnnch.Suo Bulldln B . Toroa.u. H. M. BUckburn. M.«. a .r. 

IxmbertOO & Sons, Victotia Agents 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



pointed the Returning Officer of the said 

vote. 

k. \v. mtAivr.Kr. 

A. It UK C M (' 

City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B c., 

August 17th. l'.IIH. 



A BY-LAW 



A BY-LAW 



To authoriie the entering- into an agree- 
ment with the British Columbia Tele- 
phone Company, Limited, ouncorrilug 
the removal of telephone pole* and 
overhead wire* from certain streets, 
and to raise the sum of $100,000.00 OH 
debentures for the purposes therein 
set forth. 



WHEREAS the Corporation of the 
Qlty of Victoria has arranged an agree 
mem with the British Columbia Tela 

phone 1 Ipmpan \ , u in- h .11 ranse nt Is 

Bel foi i ii in an ag 1 1 emen) appi oved by 
the, Council aha executed bj the Com- 
i''">n\. and which said agreement Is In 

1 lie wnnls ; 1 r 1 . 1 figured fcoUOMl lug: 

'1'His i\iM:.\'|-rui-; nfadc In duplicate 
this ninth da) ol August, In the year of 

1 mi- Lflj B one thoutjawd nine hundred and 
ten. •.* '. 

BETWEEN: 

THE CQRPi IRATK IN « »B" Tl IE I JIT'S 
■ OF VICTORIA, 

' Hereinafter culled the city 1 

hi' the 1 'irsi Pari 

■ ml — 
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE 
GOMPANT, LIMITED 

( HureuuUtcr ,■:•! !,-,! (he COMPA ■ I I 

Of I -II 1 1 '-ii ' 

\v 11 ' '.1 : kas ihe < Jompanj carries on ■ 
telephone business In the City ol '• l< 
'""a. m the i'i"\ Ince of Bi tish < tolum- 
hi.i and tarries Its cables and wires upon 
poles placed In the 61 ihe City; 

ami WHEREAS the Company at the 
request of 1 Cli ha 1 to re 



19IL or at the option of the Company 
to be redeemable at any time upon six 
months' notice to the debenture holders, 
such debentures In either case to be* 1 ' 
Interest thereon at the rate of four per 
cent 1 i', ) per annum on the 81st day, of 
January ana July In ennh year. ., 

7. Whan the fit)' .Electrician or the 
Cfty Engineer shall certify i» writing 
thai the Company have expanded $20,- 
000.00 on said works, the City will hand 
'■' 1 and deliver to the Company deben- 
tun .. being a portion of the said issue ol 
hi. par value of |&5,ODO.(ro, an* there- 
. after w henever an additional $86,000.00 

I shall have been ex |iein|eil ami huve been 

bo a n II led by the said Engi r '"' Elec- 
trician the I'n, win hand oVar ami de- 
liver to the Company further debentures 
of the par value of $26,000 00 In each in* 
Btanoe until the Company shall have ex 

pended the sum of .$"'.,000,110 and shall 

nave received debentures of b par value 
of thai .sum The City will band o\ ev- to 
tl ■ aid Company the balance of the eaid 
debenlirre.s when the Cltv Kuglneor or 
' '11 1 Eaeotrictan shall have certified thai 
the whole of the work mentioned In Par- 
agraph '"1 hereof has been completed. 

s. The Cltj shall upon the sufficient 
completion of the work or establish ng 

ami cm 1 1 u 1 i, n 1 ,, [ 1 ho said COII1I11 II I '■ s 
BUthprltJ and sul'ter ami per- 
mit the Companj to exclusively us.' and 

Op«l ite il:.' same ami to maintain, recon- 
struct, alter and repair the cables, eon- 
lults, w iM a and ol bei apparai pa so 1 on 

ii' ii for the purpose of supplying 

phone service until default for 11 r-ee 

is .he made OS I he part Of the lob- 
Company In the payment In the 
ne\i ; po provided for: 

MtOVIDEP, that should the Company 
at an: time within three months after 



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Thursday, Auflust 25, 1910 



'r • sald, ; pol« tnd wires. JU1V BUOh defaulj - tl the 

certain : streets herejnaftei st Principal and Interest thei In lefatilt to- 
rortn and to place lt.i es gether with inti e overdue In 



In undei 

s loned and to" provide service 
1 us 01 underground conduits 

Of the blocks having 
connection with the conduits In 
8 treats; 

AND WHEREAS by the provisions of 
Sec 1 c tion is (a) and 

is (b) of the Municipal Clauses Act. the 

the right to pr.. 
for bu< h u orl by the Company 

at the expense and cos I of the City; 
AND WHEREAS It I 
NOW THERETO 
TURK WITNESSl I H thai in considera- 
I the premisi a and mutual 

covenants h< ,,,d. and of 

the sum of 1 - lar.(»I. n fill 

monej of 1 i, v each of the 

hereto to u ther of them (the 

ereof is hereby by them 1 
speetiveiy acknowled ed) and parties 
hereto mutually covenant as follows: 
l. The Compan will immediately en- 
to secure such rights of Way or 
easements over or through private' pro- 
perty within the area hereinafter men- 
tioned and also property abutting on 

I Str.it between , Dougla 
Htr. ■ 1 on fate 1 | >oug- 

las to Quadra Streets as they may di 

try for the purpose aforesaid 
Should the Company not be able to 
cure without payment therefor, all the 
rlgl I his for siieii pur- 

poses, the Ctty Undertakes' to limne, |. 
ly provide same under their powers In 

I ■ ' set out. 
•. 2. Upon the Company or the City bav- 
ins acquired the rights 1 nts 
pet' (uif in Paragraph <i> hereof, the 

i • is contractors for the i 
shall Immediately proceed to construct 
and establish an ■■ tnd cond 

letn for the carrying of. cables 
Wires for the use. and only fur the pur- 
poses of the Company's business, within 
area Hounded hv the following 

■H of the City, namely: 

wharf- Street, iiu.mboidt. Douglas, 

Burdette Avenue, BTafffniard. Cormorant, 

Store ami Johnson Streets, as shown on 

the plan attached her*! on 

Knrt Street from Dougla 

str>" • and f itei Btreel from Douglas to 

Quadra Streets. ■ . . 

.in such are* the Company coven- 
ants on 1 day of August 
to completely remove all 

-(•heir present overhead apparatus- and 
equipment of poles and wires, pro\ 
-Jill such rights and easements shall have 
been obtained on 01 the 1st day 

of January, a. i». 1*1?, still' rendering to 
all customers of the Company a satis- 
factory service. , ■ , 

tl, I'or such purpose the Company 

ant hority to enter ilium .1 II 

and every road, street, alb Mior- 

s within on! Fori 

street between Douglas and Cook 

Streets, and Yates Street from Dou 

,■ ir.i SI reel », and to iIIk ui> the 
rond bed thereof, subject, however, t". 
and the Company shall first obtain, the 
Written direction of the City Bngtnejer, 
who shall have sob ity to Street 

what particular point and at what 
particular time the said rt treat, 

■ thoroughfare shall 'bfr' 1, dt*g up, 

I in what tS to time among the 

various si reels: 

• viin-;i), ho ■ «aki 

work shall be carried out as . expeditious- 
ly as possible' with as little inconveni- 
ence- to thr> public 'traffic as possible, 
and all and re? 

tI .red or replace,! in fie lltlon 

as bef ue work or repair was com- 

menced". 

i. Tl 

erect, and maintain all re. 

rje, ■ ami .it her ' ' bin 

find to pro- p and maintain such 

'.■linn 11. arid lighi ; villi 1 ed globs 

nii 

■ City Engineer In order to itiBure 

ibllC as well as those en- 
pretidses or works 
iu;r(" , Where It Is practicable. in the city 
Engineer'*, opinion to keep 1 

6 Of the P iblle. 
ith as li 1 

direct. The Cpmpan ea to pro- 

',. n Sllfl number Ort 

THOROUGHFARE" i'"' 

which they nmst cause to be 
and maintained In e r In 

er any 1 
■ -,\k or thoroughfare Is 
up or dangerous, and so ■long as II ■ 
mains unsafe, or unfinished, and 



teree.t at I Ive per cent (6%) 

per annum then- the rights of USSI Ol 

the Company shall continue in all re- 

I'ault had been made. 

• ■ : id from and after 

the date of such handi ng ov e r of such 

debentures, and during the whole life 

f make a semi-annual payment to 

Ity equul in amount to the Interest 
and .sinking fund upon the amount of the 
said debenture 15th day of Janu- 

ary and July In each year. 

Upon payment by the Company of 
ail the semi-annual payments of inter- 
est and sinking fund upon the aid. da 
bentures the City Will grunt and I 
01 otherwise transfei to the Company 
free of encumbrance the whole 1 I 

Workj BO to be constructed, and .substitu- 
tions ami' additions t-hereto and which 

bfiCfO herein agreed to be vest. 

Ity and al'so all rights, prop 

powers ami privilege* obtained by the , 

Company or the City as aforesaid nr en* J "" , \' " ain * on Company, to 

joyed by the City under said BUb-sec-' **?."*?* : "' Ul 



IN W1TNKSS WHEREOF the parties 
hereto have caused their respective cor- 
porate seals to be hereunto affixed the 
day and year first above written. , 

The •Corporate seal or the corporation 
or the ('ity of Victoria was hereunto 

affixed in the presence of: 

(Seal I 

The Corporate BeaJ of the British Colom- 
bia Telephone COJUPany; l.lmlte.l, was 
hereunto affixed In the presence 
Of 

[Seal] w. KAititKN, President 

QBi 1. .11. IIAI.SK, Secretary. 
AM) RTHERBAS the expense and cost 
Of the work, within the .said area and ex- 
tensions thereof, as In l'ar.igra'ph t or 
said agreem ent set out. tS estimated at 
Due humlrtal thousand dollars C$100, 
000.00) and 11 is proposed by this H>- 
i.aw to authorise the raising Of said 
sums arid the delivery of the authorised 

debentures at such times as the same are 
required to be delivered under the terms 

ol Ihe said Bgl eillient. 

ami WHEREAS a petition under Sec- 
tion Oil of the .Municipal Clauses Aci has 
been presented to the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of vic- 
toria, Biqjned bj the owners of more than 

one tenth of leal property In the ('Ity 

or Victoria as shown by the last revised 
Assessment Roll, requesting the City 
Counc l] in introduce a ii. Law to raise 

tHS said sum of One hundred thousand 

dollars ($100,000.00) In and tor the pur- 
- ■ tforesaid, and the Council desire 

to Rive effeci to such petition In man- 
ner hei • Hi.i 1 tei appearing . 

aMD WHEREAS the wimie rateable 
lami and [mpxpvements or real propertj 
of the dtj or Victoria, according, to the 
last revised Assessment Roll for the 
ear :■'<" s as $88,0W,»S7.00,; 
AND \vi 1 B3RBAS the total amouni re 

1 1 to be raised annual''. P\ i.ite for 

Qg ihe debt which will be created 

herein and' the Interest 1 hereon, and for 

ng an annual linking fund for the 

payment off of the said debi within 

ears Is Foui :l usand six 

hundred ami fifty-five dollars ($4,- 

AM' WHEREAS this By-Luw may not 
be altered, or repealed, except with ihe 
ii of the Lleutenai > lor-ln- 

Councll; 

1 lli:i:i:i'. IRE the -Municipal 

1 1 of the Corporation of the City of 
ws: 

1. The terms of the agreement hereln- 
before ful w In the recital ol 

By-Law shall be. and the same are here- 
epted and the British ^Columbia 
iy, Limited.' are h 
authorised to have, hold and e\ 
rights and privileges In tl I agree-' 

•a. in loned "i 1 '■■' erred to subject 

to tiie covenants, conditions and restrlo 



No. 616, lb,- "■>■>(.. Loan 1 luni.uite.' Il shall be lawful for the saM Mayor 

By-law, 190 .:. ,'. the "Reuei i..,,nn In his discretion to ajternativey ''"":"' 

Loan ■< .ii., ■ 1; in..., 1'nhi" No •■•-'. eaoli oi the said debentures tofe " la 
'■•■ "Sewer Loan Guarantee iu law executed and issued for an »f' unt i„ 

, . , 1.. 1.. suffloienl to 1 100 sterling, and one, If necesja ry ' 
1 ■' ■■ > ■<■ thi annua] interest on the] a less sum lit sterling money to coin 

Croi t . to ti hoii..\\. .1 onjplete thi authorised issue. 

■ ■ ■ ' ■ ol thi deben sued The said, dein mures shall I*'" 1 ' "" : 

•rounder. ' a_ml tl/- annual BlHklni fun,d of the da y after/t he final pasal* °} "' 

mOj I Ol Ii-" ■ ••" ol.l'h' ' 



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the 



im I'.iuimh oi tne 

' I ' fJOh ' lie del , 

d 1 shall, • dmmodial lj 



To Enable tn» Borrowing of a furthai 

sum of $50,000V secured upon U10 ', l . ''' ,. h ' '■"■'•"■ '"' ' s "' a,d. : i.y t 
frontage Heuta or Taxoa and Sewer .,,/,,;," •' b V h | 

Oonueotlon Kental, with the guaran- 
tee of the City of Victoria. 



IS (a) and IS 1 1 f«r as the 

same relate to tele] t, to the 

that the CI t: est tn the Con 

ity shall have In the 
Underground a to be, ted un- 

der this agreement. 

11. In event of the Company requiring 
the city to issue debentun emable 

as provided ill Clause C) be 

Company may at any time hereafter pay 

to the City a SOU Which added to the 

amount of sinking fund which at the 

of such payment shall have been 
iy paid to the City be sufficient' to 

1 the said debentures, and I 
upon the City Will grant and ciiin. 

to the Company free 

umbrancea the whole of the works, 

: ut ions ami additions so to be con- 
structed, which have been herein agreed 
to be vested In the City and also all 
lights, powers and privileges obtained 
by the Company or the City 'as aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the City under said mib- 
s.-.-tmns is (a) .or is (hi. in the end that 
shall vest. in the Company an 
th_e> title the City shall have In the un- 
derground, system to be completed under 

tins agreement. 

tT. If at any time the Company shall 
find it necessary to . ..,,. up, 

reconstruct, alter, maintain, x»r repair all 
or any Of the said conduits, or lo affect 
any repairs "to any of the 'fixture* or. ap- 
paratus used In connection with the Bttid 
syHtem the company shall have the 
bower, In so far as the I'ity are author- 
ized to give' the same, to enter upon and 

do said WOrfe, and If nee.-ssary, shall for 

such purpose 1 iva, upon obtaining per» 
••a from the City Engineer power to 
or divert the vehicular or passen/ 
per traffic temporarily as may bo' sartts 

1 by such permit : 

PROVIDED, however, thai the .work 
shall be carried oui as expt ty and 

with as little Inconvenience to ti^e public 
traffic as possible, and the streets, or 
Si reel ■ I in 'h" same 

condition as 'I the wcjrlt or 1 

commend 

1:;. The Company umdertakes, wheh re- 

quested so to do in writing, to alter or 

changp, at Its own expense, the location 

conduit, eable.'Wire or other appll- 

tructed or affixed to tlie ln- 

oi any or the blocks pursuant to 

the pcovlsions of thls'agrei ml re- 

' ier coin • 
position In said block otCjtny of them 

when- o often as such alteration 
ami replacing Beery b 

the const ruction of a new building. 

rebuilding or the alteration or extension 

Of any building In said block or any of 

• ompany w.lll at all 

1 -mi execute all necessary works. 



2, Forthwith after the requl ite as- 
sent . s of tht-'-tMty of Vic- 
toria entitled to vote thereon shall have 

civen-to the final passage of this 
By-Law, the said agreement shall -forth- 
with '• executed by tlje Corporation, 
ami 1 : t when So executed 

; orthw nii i.e carried Into affi 

thenceforth observed, and the said B 

mem, so executed la hereby Incorpi 

with, and shall be ' form part 

of. and be, read with, thla By-Law in so 
far as tin covenants, 

on the part 0/ the I lorpoi Ll Ion and I 
Corporation has to be performed. 

I, Pt Bhnll be lawful 'for the Maycrr of 
irporatlon of the Cltv Of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of tife said 
Corporation, by way of -the d«be 

' 'er mem |o • 1 1 1 oin/ an 
son or persons or bodvor bo/iles corpor- 
ate, who may be willing t(/advance the 
same as a loan, a- aum of /money not ex- 
ceedlng in the whole LHe sum of one 

hundred thousand doll/rs I $106,000.00) 

currency, or. sterling /..■ 

W 2-3 , dollars/to the one pound 
sterling, and to tartse all such sums eo 
■ d to be Pgld Into' the 
hands qf the Tr/asurer of the said Cor- 
poratiop for tb* purposes and with the 
object herelnbi'fore : re. ; ■ . 1 

4 It shan be lawful for the said 

p to ./.mi ,.,,).,, ,i deben- 

to/he niailic^jcacuteUi and issued 

for the/sum. of One l nundTe7T thousand 

dollar/ ($1110.000.0(1),. either In currency 

or sK- rling m 

saii/i. each of the' said debentures being 
ount of One thousand dollar* 
hiiim.mn or its sterling equivalent (at 
the rate aforesaid 1 and all such deb* 
tares shall be sealed' with thi 
the said. Corporation and signed by the 

El hall also lie lawful for the said 
Mayor in bis discretion alternatively to 
cause the said del 1 to be made, 

ted and issued for. an amount of 
£100 Sterling, and one, if neee 
a luss sum in sterling money to 
pleta' the authori. • 

&. Th* said -debentures shall bear-date 

Of the L'lst day of January, A. D. 1911. 
and shall bo made pay: 
from "at sued pi 

either hi. the dominion of Canada, 1 
Britain Or. the Culled States of America. 
ty In the discretion of the Mayor be 
designated fhereon. and shall hn 

1 to them coupons for the pavtinnt 

■ ( I ■ ■ Ignatures to t 

teres! coupons may be either written, 

printed or lithographed. 

6. The 1 , r | n . 

I at the rate of four per cent, per 

annum from the date thereof, which ln- 



WHBRBAS, ii is Intended to borro-y* 

upon the SftOUrity ol lout I Ol laX<5s and 

sewer connect Ion rerii a] Impo ed by 

the Sewer's By-law, ISO 1 ■ 

fftrther sum of |50,.00u, ' 

i 11 ami to, 1 be extension oi thi ewers 

within the city of Vi ctori a imi the re- 

I'HJ llient 10 pi'opel'l J OM 'l.'l' > Of a 

of $2;220, adA ancM foi 

const met Ion, Under By-law No. *04 ; 

ami WHEREAS, it Is proposed to 
give the guarantee of tl , 

I'or securing the moneys so intended to 
be borrowed. 

A Nil WHEREAS, the said "Sewers 

1902," was validated by Section 29, or 
Chapter 48, m ihe etaiuteS 6f 1908-4 in 

BO far as frontage rents or taxes and 

sewer connection rt >ih1s, were th 
assessed and levied upon the owners of 

land and bUlldlngS, and ■ po\\ .-r was giv- 
en by 1 he reciting seel Ion I ■ ■ 

rescind the assessment and le'vy 

h\ tie said reciting By-law . upon occu - 
piera of land and buildings, ■ ana Auch 

mriil and b\y u)ion said oeeupieis 

was accordingly revokad Uy the 
By-law, t908, amendment By-law, 1904" 
(numberi d 484) 

AND WHEREAS, the amount qf the 
said frontagl rents or taxes and sewer 

connection rentals, chargeable for the 
year 1 :i i u is estim ited ai c >28. 10, and 
the sum Of 14 has been already 

raised upon thi security of the 
• • tdi 1 the pro ■ • 'i-.s of the ' . 
Loan Guarantee By-Law. 19*2," No. 402, 
' i'i • Si -a • 1 Loai ■ ■ mm' •■ By-law, 
1 90 i 154, "The Srw er I ...a 11 1 luar- 

ahtea I ifl, "Tht 

.1 Loan Ouarantei By 
G57, "1 Loan (Juarant.-. 

lavs, Pom, :. and the "Sewer Loan 

Guarantee -By-law 1H09, iNo. ^)" No. 
616. 

ANli WHEREAS, tin- 1 teys inten- 
ded to be borrowed pursuant to this By 
law win be primarily charged an 

cured upon the frontage rents Or taves 



pi im rjjal 

' • on! 
upon 1 • 

he said 

m to a 
ant with the bankai tit 

the 1 orpoi; 1, ,.1 > , toi la, ami thai e> 

'"■" hall 1 ild the 1 H 1 • "'"'■ , 

ftt" I owed 

me shall from 
to time CaU'dui ..ai, 1 m'( ai to pep- 

J hie the said Hiuum; g* fund shall 

to 6e expend) J '"' Plapod on di .ml with the 

1 "" ■'■ shall h.- : aib.w... 1 to at ■ u 

/ ' and ti , paid . the 

/ Ipal moneys borrowed, aa the sale 
issued hereunder shall 
time to Mm.: become <tue> 

Phis By-law shall, before the llnal 

passing ■ thereof . -ttaecdhze • the 
the e: laid ( 'orpo, ..lion in 

' ran Ided for in the Munici- 
l'"l ' ; ..1. and shall take effect 

on the day after the dual passing. there- 
of, 

,10. This By-I.,w may not be altered or 
repealed save with the consent of the 
Lieutenant-Governor In council. 

, 1 I This By-law shall b< !S the 

Sewer 'Loan Guarantee By-law, 19 10." 

P '' ■■■■ I 1 ■ Munielpal Council oiu XUe 
16th day of August. L9I0, 
. tank Nuth 'i; lna | the above 
true eopy nf thi ed By law. upon 

ich the vote of the M 11 ninpaii I y will be 

tatien.at lb. building k nown an numbers 
1417 ami Mill (Mr. M. Building), 

on Monday, the 29tl 
pi August, 1910, that the lulls win be 
ki-pt open-between the hour* of 9o 
a.m. and v o'clockrp.m., ancTThal Mr. W. 
w. Northcott has been appointed the 
Returning Oftlcor of the said vote. 
W. BRADLBV, 

Acting C.U.I !. 
clerk's Office, * 
torla, 1: C, Aug. 17th. 1910. 



ai 

el 
T'llll. 11 

glgnati . 

1 
Interest 

lnt< ost c"o 



A BY-LAW 



ra ami things which new conditio! shall be payable half-yearly on 



• i propei nun require. 

AND in default the City shall have the 

ourt for appropri- 

• lief in said premises not with 

Ing that it may suffer no damage or no 
I damage by reason of such de- 
rmic 

II. Except as herein set forth no statu- 
tory or other right of the city or of the 
Company so til be 1 i or wal I 

; of this a •■ Fter I he date 

hereof, t Will not in. any 

Btreets or squares of the Clti from 
which It has or at any future 

time may reim oerhcitd telephone 

wires and sya bstitute 

derground conduits in man- 
ner pro Ided in this agreement, plai 
.[Kiies for their ti and 

hall not at any I hue he: . 

allow any teleph< 

poles along, n 



.in- . 
win supply si th.-ii- own expi 

unber ••' her 

I efflClenl lights to enable 
. ie to be done in an' efflcleni 
• -■■ n ! 

1 have the power to order ad- 
ditional lights to he put 

.. . I I - ■. I 

opii 

the Company 1 • 

nif j l " s " Ihe srild OH 

, 1 ,n loss. ,oosi 01 ■ ■ bv 

1 matter, cause or th 

to be .: 

( on of the nubile 

during theli sftheit of; r con- 

p 

■ ■. 1 ■ to l ■ 

eon-' ■ t< I tfo tins: the tempi fd ' the fori 1 the 

1 ■ , ty bi used 

,,' ■ Instrtimnets am! wiring wiibin 

buildings, but Includlr. 

rights, oo'wers and nnlvllegea In the 

.■Iperl area. nnd on I 
Rtri ! p onk 

■ I ... I I...'' 

hei if shall n 
■ 
I . . ty of 

nnd for all p I City. 

,;,,!, I,.. I .■>,' fO thi 

■ 

'i'it ions for and a 1 1 nAt 



sets or squares, 

. 1 1 ui I her agree 

.. 1 1 I- 

for pi'i'mai under 

the 1' provemei es of the 

Municipal Clauses Ac! which together 
form a con tin 
I ■ ; i 1 

■ if, and I ■ ■ s ihe 

Company with permanent means of , ac- 
cess to iml 1 Lbll 
points within block 

abutting '.i 1 streets, t he I 

will, lax Conduits under such streets, anil 

■ II all 
t he necw iparatus for an u Ii . 

ground telephone system such as 1 



dlflons to .the said vol'. ,e 

. . , eof dui 1 l i" 

Compan -■ and pi lor to 1 he final p 

ll.,..' J)R1 i !,,. 

.1 1 ,. t be n b ■ il ; • 

• 'il V. 

r , 1 ... • he put p. .so afoi ..said the Cltj 
Agrees to submil 01 ! da: r 

, ■ • i ■ t py-le 
,,..., of the fit entitled to 1 

I dollars < $100 000 00 », 

. > ■ ■• 1 coal of ih- 

r»rt 1 oid 1 " the pi >• "i " h 

1., 1 .,,.- •,,■ r .-•' ■ to Issue debet to the 

, ,1,1 ... 1.'. vsble " f.lfl 

, e-. 1 s from thi ' '■ ! ' 



f 

of thi ■ ' of the lull • 1 

BOf 

ANP the ''"mpens (mi 1 . 1 covenants 

tl I'hd 1 'ft om such 

• ■1 1 ■ 1 • .- 

md all I : 

shall i In and bei 

; 1 opei ' 'Ul 1 il": "ll , 

oti to tl I grant 

. < ■■ est In 1 Pomps 

! ,,,;.. rrtiprffll ■ ' 

' Bd • ■ . 1 1 , . , 1 

■ ,. I thereafter ' the. 1 !omp 

1 , . 
■ ti Ii I ■ tem to 

ho co 

ct of I 1 
■ - 
■ 
mi eemai t 1 

fter. i 
i 1 il ' 

i 
in . .ai ,< itn-.i ■ hall 
,,,,. to the benefit r»f, and hi bTnrttns 

■ 
I 11 



the ^ t hi. day of January and the 2 1st day 
of July during the currencv .■ | 
bentures. at such place or plncos ■ 
in the Dominion of Canada, Great 
ain or the United States or Htnerii 
may be expreHsed In the debenture and 
coupon. 

tf the British Columbia Telephone 
Company, Llrattad, so request in writing 

first series of 

said debentures, each debentun 

iaH be ma rki d 

lable at par at the option ,,r the 

City upon g-lvlnR six months notice to 

the holder thereof, such notice expiring 

• Interest day." nnd tn such cane 

such debentures shall he taken 1- 

t to thi laid terms 
of redemption. 



R. If deemed 
there shall. In 

ed In t h 

upon any futon 



risaoie by the Ma 

■ said d. bent 

oration the right 
nsolldatlon of thi 

'"•ui ui • ty to "ut,.. 

stltule debentures or such datlon 

■ 11 1 he ..edit of 
Such consolld ttsd debi nttire'a 
like 1 

ntal 1 in 

the del *■ , , 

this H . dpbsirfrui 

sued 

such substitution may be 

" I lor ■ ■ ' 11. -y of lie 

hall 1 
oe'olai rate on all the rati 

hi the said sum of ! 
dollars (J I 1 , - , , 

the said del • nn .i 

the said sum of HI* hundn flftv- 

dollars (Jf.r,r,.orii for tlie purpn 
. sinking fund for tl.. 

In all 

the sum of I'onr thousand sin hu 
and fifty-five dollars ■ « 1 ■ . 

pecla . ••■ ■ 
■ aid during Sfl ' ■ , r , 0) 

r ' " ' •• flnHl 

• ul of 
1 : .. . ■ I ; ■ ' ■ • ild Corporal 

(rii Bd f or I ' 11 

■ 1 nd shall take ■■ 
the Fifth d 
t . ■ 

It.'! I '■ I 

1 91 ft 
M ■'■ ll Council 11 

1 st i tie 

TAKE 1 i '■ ■ 
r the p 

il Ihe Wun 

known a 
' , 1411 and 1419 'Mi m 

' ! 

VugtlSl I I'I <> th I 

I he hOUl o| 

■I I'floek p ■) 

Ut W W '■ "■ ' •■(! has he. 



and sewer connection rentalt laseeaed 
! and in be collected annually 
— Ii .. if the said /Bewei 

By-law, 1909," now unencumbered, 
amounting to |S,481.10j 

AND WHEREAS, the amount re- 
poileoted annually .'rout 

the said frontage rents/or | 
sewer tion rentals/to paj In 

poll the -said B il of t IB 

and t.. ! be' said debt - inki ng 

funds within tifty years Is $23^,047, and 

amount to tie/coiieiM. .1 to pay 
interest upon the/isaid additional aum ol 
150,000 Is $2,800 repay the »' 

tlonal debt by/sinking fund is. $3^s, 
ng together the aggregate gum of 
$16,376, -and' having regard to addltion-s 
since Jarrnary 1st, nun. estimated at 
$«00, it 14 estimated that, there Will not 

my /deficiency: * 

AN'V \\'II|:KI:AS. It is proposed to 

borrow the said sum Of $! " upon de : 

bci/tnres as hereinafter appearing:. 

.\N1> WHEREAS, by Uw said 
ly-law, >fo. tim, the said .frontage rents 
or taxes and sov. ec.tion i- 

when reeeUe.i are directed to be carried 
to a Joint fund entitled "The 
Rental and Sewer Tax P*und." am 
to be expended ha thi extension oX. the 

sewerage systi • ' City, and the 

construct! o nance <-!' the 

same, and in making provision for and 

the payment ■ of sismcrpal, interest' ami 
sinking funds where moneys are bor- 
rowed on 1 rlty of the same, 
in such manner and at such time or 
times us the Municipal Council shall 
fr'om time to time think expedient. And 
it is desii'ttd- by this By-law to give ef- 
fecl to s.ucb provision: ., 

' THEREFORB, the Municipal Council' 
of the Corporation of the 'city of Vic- 
toria enacts' -as follows. — 

U The moneys raised .under this By- 
law shall be expended Irr the construe 
tlon <>r BSWerS end for the purpose gen- 
erally .'mentioned In this By-law, and 
for no "other purpi 

2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporatio n of the City of victoria 
to borrow upon the security, primarily, 
of tin- sa Id .1 1 taxes and 

iie-iloii rentals, and by ... 
guarantee upon tin- credit of the said 
Corporation by way of debentures' here.-. 
1 mentioned, from any person <><■ 
persons, 'or bodies corporate, who ma\ 
be filling to advance the same aa a loan 
a sum of money not exceeding in 1 
Whole the sum of $50,000 currency, ur 
sterling lnoil'-v, at • the rate of 
l!-.'lrds dollars to the one pound sterling, 
and to cause all such sun. 

r< iv.d tQ be. paid Into the hands of the 

Treasurer' of the' said Ci n for 

the purpose and with, the leretn- 

before referred to. Th. said guarantee 
of the city to- bo contained In the said 

ores shall be In the fo'l.' 
terms or M near thereto as may he. 

"The payment of the principal moneys 
and Interest thereon under, this ■ 
tore at thi dates when 

same fait due uhdei the tern 

'ure. Is hereby guaranteed by the 
Corporation of the City of Victoria." 

1 shall bo lawful for the said 
an\ number at 

tures tO he made, . \. , |l. ,i 1 
for .such sums as in nurrd. not 

1, tth um of * 
in currency , or sterling mom 
the ra ' BrdS dollars to 1 1 . 

i ling), each of Ihe said .'!■ I.en- 
tures belni o'r tin- amount of $1,0 
,ita stefllng ' eq'uT\' srten I (al tip 
aforesaid ). and all such debentures 

lied .'ii: il of the said Cor- 

'in and signed bj the .Mayor tllere- 

'awful for the' said Mayor 
dlscretl ilternatlvely cause 

eheh Of thi ■ he mad.-. 

issued 1 " a n 1 nm 

'i 1 00 stei 1 1 ssary, for 

1 to com- 

1 • ' aiit horlsed 1 

■ 

day at Ier I he 1 ; 

By-lu payable In ' fifty 

years from the said date al Such place, 

either In I he I 1 .minion of ' 'a in 
•Britain or the United Hi iti s of Al 
as may be designated then in, and 

them coupon's" for the 
■ mi tlx signatures 



To Authorize the Use of Corporate Lands 
at Spring Bldge for School Purposes , 

\\'iii:-rrT',*rirr!-'rin the application of the 
Boar.J of. School Trustees the Council 
have re«o Bed if, grant the corporate 
■it Spring Hidge hereunder de- 
scribed, al.o 1 sum of $13,000 tn aid of 
foi 1 lie School 'Board of 
ng lands, the whole to be used as 

and lor a High School Sit.-, also to do 
certain w site suitable, 

said sum of $13,000 ti> be raised with the 
school r.ile for the year 1910, and tlie' 
cost of said works to I <■ with the 

school rate for the years 1910, 1:111 and 

tiled for b>- 
rcss ,,i , 1 1 1( , works. . ' 

The Municipal Council of the Corpor- 
ation of th.e City of Vlc'to ts as 

follKMWM^ !' 

I It shaft be lawful for the Council to 
use the corporate land.", hereinafter 1 de- 
scribed for school purpoi • 

Description of Lands , 

Sections fori tnd forty- 

. 
Cot on Fifty- 

three, (53 1. Map 205. 

, Lois ••(•". "i>", "i:'. -I"", of Section fif- 
1 57 1 .Map in:); 
I'art one hundred and fiftvflve | 

lour (III feet, of Section 

Fifty-eight <!ift.,i, in a v s<]uare block In. the 
v. e-t ci>rnei« thereof; , 
"" \ ", "It". "H ". "I-;". "F". of Sep- 
tion Sixty-four 1 fi 1 1 Map 123; 

Hi half Cfci-of Section Sixty-five 

' 
Cut on. hundred- and flfiv-flvo (1'551 
-m 'feel of ' North 
half 1 '■■ 1 of Section Six tv-f Ive 'foil-, 

■ 'i 1 of Seetlon Fifty-four 
(f.ti, except thai part thereof conveyed 

by Maria Co.idacre to-Ceorge Stelly by 
dated the 1 lih March. 1S35;. 
'All' In Sprt.dK- ftfdge, Victoria Cit; 
said lands shall henceforth be -heM-.-^-i' 

the Corpoi -atlnn. 'for school purposes. 
2, The' saJd sum of $13,000 shall be 



BS 'aw and shall bo made payable 
i v. . ut s five j .'in h from said ih"' ■ 

bui 'a plaoe, eithei in the Dnfiinlo' 

'an. ola, ( 1 n a t HiHaln. or t 
"in. 1 of A m.'i'ha, as limv be _ 

n and ahaM have attach*!.* l 

eoi, p., 1 ||,,. payment of 

and thi ..'.i'n. of the 

mai be either written 
printed; Rthographed or engra 
'.'.< ■ 'i tld debentures shall 

■ ' i 1 I h.- late I l"Ur per 
:wii'uni from the date I le-reoil 

half • ■ ,1 . 1st day ■ lal "' ' 

and I'lsj day o! July, al such P> 

I'll the Ilonii I 1 'ana. la. C?r< ■' l '" 

taih, or the United Slates of A.morli 
aa, may be exprcM-od in the 'i , ' l " ,|U '" 

ami COUpOn, »«• ' 

,. it shall be law lui for f« May"' 
to cause th. • ild .hhentii" '' tUl ' 
interest coupon s. ' . e l th er or bojl '" 
- . ,1 bio ,11 such place, either 
dominion ol Canada Ci.ti? Bri'laio 
or the Ciiit.d tatei ol Amei W as ,l " 
be desired. 

li. it shall hi twful for '■ N1 ' 

or the said Corporation. Ut dl i" , • 4t, ' 

tho so Id dehent un . al a 1 1 1 •, i" '"■ 
and to authorise 1 he Tn asun to 
oiu of t he sums so 1 a laed, bj tl •' 
-ttre-sald debentures, all expanses' c ■ 

ue.'ti d w ith the pi I pm at 1..11 .il- •' 

-ing or lithographing of tin 
ami coupons, or any dl! COUI ' 

mission or otln: cl trgi 111! nt,vl 
the sab- of 1 

7. If mod advlsal li b the M.- 

there shall, in the said 

reserve,! i 'orporatlon the 1 :■ 

upon any fu'lili. ,f '•■' 

debenture Indebtedness of '' Lit > ' 
subsXituti 10I1 .m 

tion secured upon the I 

ally. Such consolidated d< 
ill contain tin 
conditions and restrictions 
laimd in the debenturi 
suaiice of this By-law, 1 1 
bent ure Issued hei 
.lit euied for such substitute 

ted. 

8. For the purpoi 
1 he required sum for ih< 



pat 

t'lo 



intiu 

their currency-, there sba , 
nuairy— The sum of $2,000 
payment off of tlie debt at m 
■ shall he ran ed annually tl. 
of II.L'iii'.iai. and both sum 
raised annually by a rate b" ; 
theri-for on all rateable im 
provements or real 'property In U 
Of Victoria during tile cotftinUr 
t ho said liebentui es, or a 

ti. This By-,laj.Y._sJ]ftii, tn 
asslng thereof, receive th« as- ■■ 
.'• ..'lectors Of the said 001 

uei pi o\ Ided for In Ihe 
pal Clauses Act, and 
the day after the final passing th 

10. This" . 
"$30,000 School Loan By-law, in 

! the municipal Council 
15th day of Augut 

PAKE NOTlci: thai the alx . 
true copy 01 losed R>'- h" 

which the vote of the Municipal!! 

n al the building know 1 1 
1117 and 1 IISI (Mr. >'leMot)'s I '• 
e> .-: 1 'c I, on Monday, the 
- HO, thai thi polls 
kepi ('.'pen he! iv'oen t be lioui 
and 7 p.m., and that Mr, W. V 
n appointed the I: 
' Miner of the said V.oti 

, 1;. W. 1 u; ADl.lv 
ag 
City Clerk's Office. R. 

Victoria, B.C.. Aug. 17th. 



said debentures at 11 rate below par, and 
'" authorise Ihe Tieasurer to pay out or 

tmo so rah ed by 1 ha sale or th.. 
•'■aid debentures all expense connected 

tho preparation and engraving or 

!l '"'graphing of ihe debentures and 
'"Upons, or any discount pr commission. 

r other, charget Incidental to the sale 
of- j ho said debentures, 

(■ If deemed advisable by the Mayor, 
there shall, in llm said dehentures. he 

'•■served to the Corporation the right 

"'•1 •' in any , future consolidation of Ihe 

''' '■"•ijt ores Indebtedness of the .City to 

"batltute dobenturea of such oonsollda- 

M'. 11 secured UPOII lie- ere. hi of the City 

generally. Such 1 onaOttdai ion deben 

piped..! , .,;.,,,, in,, nK ooveiianls. 

cil. . "ondltlons and - restrictions >«' are I'lm- 

bear In inii. d ih n,,. delamtures issued in pur- 

.n'- 1" ol this bj law. and In each de- 

payab ■•■nun-,, issued hereunder a clause oon- 
'ii. -d for' such substitution may t>. 
Inserted. . 

s. I'm the purpose of raising annU- 

i'II.v the reiiulred slim for th© payment 

r 1 be Interest on the: said debenture* 

•hiring their currency, ' there shall be 

annually the sum pf $8,000, and 

for tin purpose of creating tlie sinking 

filial al said for the pavuuni -.off of 

bl at ma tut -li v there shall be 
'.'T'e'd'-anniially tin sum Of $491,25 and 
■ said sums shall be raised annually 
u rale suit .!■• 1 u.erefor.on all rate- 
"'■ie land and improvements or real 
i'f''perty In the oitj ><f Victoria during 
ih — continuance of tho said debentures 
a any of them. 

'• This bylaw shall before the llnal 
passing thereof receive the assent of 
'he electors of the .said corporation in 
Ihe manner provided for In 'the Munlcl 
pal Clans, I ,a.t shall take effect 

fifth day after tho final passing 
i hereof, ■• ' - 

i" This bylaw may be cited ns the 
I'allas Boad Koreshore' Bylaw, 191 0. 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
Lath day or August, 1B10. 

TAKE NOTICK that the above is a 
true copy of the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the^ municipality will 
i.e taken at the building known as 
Numbers 1-117 and 1419 (Mr Mission's 
iniidiiig) Broad street, on Monday, ihe 
'in day of August. 1910, thai the polls 
.. i ! l he kept open between the hours of 
' o'clock a 1 , m. and 7 o'clock p. m., and 
that Mr. \V. W. Northcott has beei 

1 the Returning Officer of to* 

-aid vote. 

B. W. BUAPLEY. 

Acting C. M. C. 
City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B. C, 

A ng us! 1, t 



llause 

(III Ill 



A BY-LAW 



1 he 



la y 

he 



ing 



A BY-LAv 



To Salse $75,000.00 for the Protection of 
^tbe Foreshore of Dallas R ad ■ 

WHEHEAS the Council of t 
atlon of the City of Victorii hi 

thai it is neet-ssary- to en 
protection against the 



'\ 



Of the lilt, 

Writi' 

■ 



nous may he either 
pi luted ■ or lltho- 



ir ln-- 
teresl I rate at fotti per cent, per 

annum from 1 which in- 

shail bi 

of ilantfai and the 
1 1 of July, at siii'h pla« •■, 1 11 Itoi in 1 h« 

' 'an ad I, 1 1 in, or 

of \ uea e a, as may 

in the debenture a-ml t'ou- 

1 

I for the 

to he 

i*r In 
il Hritaln. 
or thi of Ami 

wfui foi tin Ma 

■ , . ion to diwpoj 

Said d ■ • . and 

' 

e sums ■■• 

said dl ' all ' ■ ' 

with I tlon and llihnffritp'hlng 

■■■ -iiny 

imtnisslon 
Inch! 

'■ 
■ 
or and 

•Old 1 

I 

' 

In tl 

h,.. 

11 

• 'i 1 H '.in. 



paid out of corporate moneys and raised 

with the school rate for the year ItU'lj 

for the ,(urposes herein recited, and there '"' ^ loresh l.-u-a U 1J: 

shall be i 1 ...it of the corporate m ys l^ n " ',' ^LaSi'"' 

|„ (he years 1910. 1911 and 1912 the pro-T^.. ', e ' .' . 
portion o.r the rent lncr.rrejj-du.rlng such 
years of the recited works upon' the said 
Site and tlie said mom 'paid slwill 

t,f> rat dally with the school rate. 

:l This Rv-1 1 before the final 

ng thereof receive the assent of the 
.-!. , tors of the City entitled to vote Oh 
■ By Ian . 

I, This Ry-lrtw in iv for all purposes be 
cited as ihe "Spring Hidge ■ Lands Au- 
th'orlt v By-law " 

Passed il,.. Munlelnal Council this lath 
I . of August. 1910. 

TAKi: NOTICE that the above Is a 

true ci >f the proposed By-law. icon 

which the vote of the Municipality will be 
taken al (be building known as Numbers 
mil 14 19 (Mr. Meston's Building) 
Broad Street, on, Monday. Ihe 29th day of 
91 0, that the polls will he kept 
open het'weeti Ihe hours of P o'clocl 
rnid 1 s .. and that Mr. W. W. 

\.,iii,..:i las bean, appointed the Ite- 
lurnitig (iffleer of the said Vote. 
K \V. nrVADL! 

'ng C. M. C. 

r-tt v clerk's ' ifflce, \ u. C„ 

Augu i T'Ttl 101.O. 



A BY-LAW 



To Balsa $50,000 for School Purposes. 

Wli 1 --: 1 ; i ". .c ' council of tlie Cor- 

ire re- 

ihe ifum of gross 

.011 the n'lpili ■ im-iii of the 

School Trusie. s-- for t.he' purchase of a 

. t ion of. a ni il with 

school groi 

and l.i Iglltotl i- troei a fid foi 
lain additions to Ihe school nnd grO 
at Victoria w ind for the Improve- 

menl of the sch.ool site and grounds' nt 
Kingston 1 1 eel, 'Including 

ol the necessary land: , 

- 1. \viii'.i:i:.\s th.' whole ™ 
l n -,Vl a nd tmi' rovemeni's or real pri 
of the said Corporation of th 
Victoria, I" ihe las 

1 1 oil for. the year 1911 

' 

AM) WHKIti: AS. the 1 uount 

required, to he 'raised nnniiai: 
for paying the diMil which will be crea- 
ted hereunder and the 'IhlerPBl ||u 

nnual.'slnkito 

f (lr lj Off Of Ih ' Said debt 

wi'thin I- ■ ordlng to 

ami vVTIKKFAS, II will ;.<viul,' ( . an 

..iiliii.i I rate of VI »7 of one mill on the 

dollar for paying the tie • d I t and In- 

I '. , 

ANT) W lli:i. Ity-law may 

net he aliei ' (1 ,01 wiiii 

t the 1 .ii nii ivernor-ln- 

Coum ■'',,'. 

TilKftKFOHF,, the Municipal Council 

(> f ||,e Coipol the Cily' (if ViC- 

I 

i, 11 shall he lawful forth" Mayoi of 
,, of 11." i !lty oi \ . torts 
■r.-.w upon rii- • sai'd 

i orporatlon '»• way of tl 

laftef mentioned, from any person 
' 
be jj llllng.'lQ fcdj 
■ 
t vrhfiln tHe Ji HHin;Oa' -P 

■ 

n such sum 

■ 

n for 

tea and v iimii 

law mi, 



por- 

■ ^e.l 

" ii aid, 
- i nely 

e.ll 

— — lUiorc 

e,!y 

lip. 

I 

Ih.- 

■ ids 

British I 

olid 

.tide 

on 

: thai 

,.,.l|,l, of 

"•his lty- 

• Bi-itlsh 

aOO; 

ratable 

eily 
■ '.ity of 

was t'iJ.- 



KXceet produced would 
snore; thenco Kasterlt 
approximately IC4! 
limit of where Lewis Stre. 
would touch 1 ll 

sab| foreshore by 
concrete wall on plan 

Kllgine, -| of ti" I lep 
and. Works of 'the Provtnc* 
Columbia and lo 
foundation at at 1 proximately 

to the height of the finished 
Dallas Road; 

AMi WHEREAS. H 

lip- said work will Cost 

sum the ( 'li 
Law J76.0OO, and 1 
Cohimbia has 

AND WHEREAS I 
land and liupi tS Of. j 

Of th»' said '( lorpoi 

Vlct-drila according 
sessmAii roll : ear.1'.. 

ami WHEREAS th 
quired 1 a'laed annual! 

the paying of the debt wi 
hereiimli'i 

In I a 1 
and for fin paj lie 
■. it bin fiftj years, ac. 
l? $- 

AM) WHEREAS this By 
be altered or lep 

il of ti '-natv • 

Council: 

THEREFORE .the Mtm 
of the ' "oi pora! imi ..( 1 

enacts I lowst 

I I 1 shall be lawful 

1 (he fcli.. 

ITIIll III 

Corporation b of 1 

herein loned. fro 

I idy or hi 1 

who may be w illiug to ml " 
as a loan, a mini of mm 
Ing. In. the whole Ihe stita "f JTa.oOO, eur- 
sterlhig .money, it the rate pf, 
: doil.n . 1 • ,1 sterling.' 

and to cause all such sue ..11 1 ilsi 
received to be paid Intfl t • mb of the 
sale ' on for 

•id with t 1 1 

befoi • 1 • 

' 2. IPshall be I. iwiul foi ild Mayor 

.ni ores to be 
•aims. 
ptlred, not 
over, the sum of S7r..ooc .. 

if, • 
iount of $.1 

i v it Ii (lie 

ild Corporal 1 

by Ihe M 

ball bo lawful for 
In his , illscn ibm to n 

d'fu 
"I "li" 
a ' I" 11m ll 

pleta the nil th orl 
•;. Tho said 

of the fifth 

of this By-law. at 

abb- lii fifty 'rout 1 ih 

1 a of Ca nado. 
Britain, or the l' ''"d stati 
. 

hi them cou- 
pons for the I'livi' hi 1, ond 

the Sigh '' ""' 

printed,' 

' 

I, The said hall hear In 



' nt re- 

1 ate for 
w.ili bo 
Interest. 

iiiiial sink- 
said 

I UK to law 

• not 
. -. Ith the 
15 eruor-ln- 

■at'cil 
if '. ictorla 

.f \ a. 

I Hie said 

.' 
in' person 

corpi 
e the same 



■ .1 1 ii,", li 
It her, In Cur- : 
ial the rate 
|. debentures 
' and 'nil 



d Mayor 

• |v cause 

1 i.s to i.e' made, 

an amount of 
I'.ney to ,iim- 

hnii hear date 
nfiai 'pa 

pay 



To raise $15,000.00 for the Ereotlon of 
an Isolation Hospital. 

Whereas the Council of the Corpora- 
nun of the City of Victoria have decided 
ihat it is necessary lo remodel and mod- ' 
• 1 ■•iilzA the present Isolation Hospital, 
and to erect certain other buildings in 
connection therewith; 

AND, WHEREAS,- it l&JMlUrpjjied that 

the .said works will Cost 120.04)0,00 Of 

(which the cLU', by this bylaw, provid"- 

115.000.00, and Of which the I'rovince 

of British Columbia will pro vide » u.000. 

AND, WHEREAS, the whole rateabli 
land and improvements Of real property 
of the said Corporation of tti" (.'Ity pf 
Victoria according to the last revised 
assessment roll for the year 1910, was 
'.iinT.oo. . 

AND. WHKKKAS. the total amount 
raised unnually by rate 
foi the paying of tho debt which will 
be c- '.ereunder and' the Interj I 

tlicreon, 'and for ' Creating an annual 
sinking fund for the payment OfJ 1 
the said, debt within twenty-five years, 
according to Taw. is *'.'i'i0.l&. 

AND, WHKKKAS, this bylaw inny 
not lie altered or repealed SXCJ Dl with 
th,- consent of the Dleutenant-Governor- 
ln-( 'ouncll ; 

THHREPORa, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts us follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the. Corp, nation of tlie City of Victoria 
to borrow tipon the credit of the said 
Corporation by the way of the deben- - 
tures hereinafter mentioned, from imj 
person or persons, or body or bodies 'cor- 
porate, who may be willing to advance 
the same as a loan, a sum of money na.i 

ding in the whole the sum of $15.- 
000.00 currency, or sterling money at 
the, rate, of 4.80 i!-3 dollars to the ope 
pound sterling, and to cause all such 
sums so raised or received to be paid Into 
the hands of the Treasurer of tlie said 
Corporation for the purposes nnd with 
the objecl hereinbefore recited. 

2. It sha+t-'be . lawful for the srI.1 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and '!-,■-. ii-d 

for such sums as may be required, not 
ding, however, the. sum of $15,- 
000, (hi either in currency Or sterling 
money nil the rate aforesaid) "iich p| 
the aald debentures being of the amount 
of $1.(100.00 and all such debentun 
shall be sealed with tho seal 01 the said 
Corporation and signed by the Mayor 
thereof. , . 

Tt~snaU he lawful for tho said Mayor ' 
In his dlscretl, m to alternatively cause 
Of the said debentures' to be made, 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
1100 sterling, and one If necessary for 
is sum lit sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue. 

.1 debentures shall bear 

date o,f the day after tho final passing 
Of this bylaw, and shall be made pa 
aide In iw.iityrflve years from said da 

nob place either. In the Domii loi 
Canada, Great Britain or the United 
States of America, us may he designated 
thoi'eon, and shall have attached to 
th,m coupons I'm' the payment of in- 

t ami the signatures of the inter-* 

, st coupons may be either written, 
stamped, printed, lithographed pr en- 

ed. 

t. The said dehentvires shall hear In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which 
Interest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the "1st day of JanustW and 21 si day 
,,1 July,! a! such place, either in the Do 
inada, Great Britain, or the 
tiiind States of America, a* may os. 
expressed In the debentures and coupom 

6. It shall be lawful for the oill 
or to cause, the said debenturi and 
Interest coupons, either >u both, to bo 
mad., payable at such place, elthtfi lir 

th,. Doininlon of Canada. Great llrllnln, 
,,, r I states of America, as may 

• sired. . . , ' 
8, II shall be lawful, for th" Mave- 
nr the said Corporation to dispose er 

the said debentures al a rate below /pai 
authorise tfie TreeihTrer to paj 

out ,.i tlie sums SO raised h' the Bal 

0,1 1 tie said dctieiitui • i pi m i tea oott 

n.iii.i with the prepat-atlon and en- 
graving or lithographing of the .doben- 
tures and coupons, or any discount, or' 
commission or oilier charges • incidental 
i„' 1 ..r the said debenture*. 

7., ir deemed advisable by the Mayor 
ti...!" shall, In the sai.i debenturi 

1 vol lo the Corporation the right 
upon .and futni" consolldal Ion Of ■ ' ■■ 
Indebtedness of th* city to 
substitute debentun 

1 upon t ' - nf the city 

g"ueiaiiyv Such consolidation deben.- 
ia.11 contain the like covenant 
iltloiiM, nnd restrictions as are con- 
tained in the, debentures Issued In imr- 

u : in ..„, i, ,1, 
ihmii ■ ■ is" son 

ditfi such - substi' ition may be 

led • ' , , , ! ,,„.,.:.' ■ . ' " 

.,,■ tlm pTirpose of rati Ing annu 



; p, r 
Wiiiuni ' hereof, w htOh ln- 

l\ oil 

1st day ' 1 1st day of 






■ 

mull 

No. 



h,|it ui 



he md 

I 



.Inly, nf 
mini 
lulled Slat 

■ 



Ma 

Int 



■ ,'h"i 1 11 (Tie 1 'p- 
1 Hrlloln, or Hie 

and coupons. 
bo 

' 

■ 

.; her In 
.Main, 
f An 



t coupon 

I lollllliioli . 

. nlted 

he , . 

I 
. I "i 







ally the required sum for > , p.vmont 
of tlie Inform I on tlie said ■ 

• m.v, tl -I. all !,« 

, lall ,. , Ihe sum Of ' I 1 

ng the si nii - 

■ im-iii off 
Of the debi 11,! tl 'II be 

. • 1 

both said sums shall -.ually 

on nil 
■ 
proper! y in thi 1 til Ing 

lie eont inuauo" of tin- said d"heiitures 

or an] of thi 

1 , i before the final 

• sent of 

"in of. th,, said Corp.. 1 .111 r. In 



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r , 



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Thursday. August 25. 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



19 



thf manner provided for In Hie Munlci- 
pnl Clauses Act, and Khali tnke effect 
on the 'day after the rtiml passing 
thereof. ' ' 

10. This bylaw may he cited us the 
Isolation Hospital Bylaw. 1810, 

Passed the Municipal Council oh the 
15th day of August, l !»!<»• 

TAKE noth'K that the above la » 

true copv of the propose, I bylaw, upon 
which the vote, of the Municipality will 
be taken at the building known as NUITW 
hers 1417 and 1419. (Mr. Meston s build- j 
infct Broad street, on Monday, the Bath 
day of August, 1010, that' the polls will 
he kept open between the hours 01 9 
..'clock a, m. and 7 p!oloclf p. »., and 
that Mr W. W. Northcott has been pa- 

pointed the Returning Officer of the 
said vote. , „,, 

., -E. W. HIIAI'I KY. 

Acting C. M. '"'. 
City Clerk's' Office, Victoria, B. C, 

August 17th, t'WO". 




HyiaV "l»10i Public 

Bylaw i ! " ' ' '""' of which by-lawa are 

published In the Victoria Dally Colonist, 



and i 



v. i i reof are 
oh 



posted ftp at the 

ward uud.Hi;. 



City ihiiit 11 " 1 '' 
polling 1>' B 

\i.,i tan notice that the bylaws «m 
'all r any effect unless th» 



not 
vote poll 

thv fifthl 

Glvei 
Briti sh 

must, 1 '.' I ' 



in lawn thereof be at least 
if the vote polled, 

,1,-r my hand at Victoria. 

Umbia, this i 7 1 ; i day of au- 



wm. 



W NOBTHCOTT 
Returning Officer. 



A BY-LAW 



To Balsa 990,000 for the Eroctlon of 
the Public Convenience 

WHEREAS, the Council of the Corpo. 
ration of the City of Victoria have <J< 
cided that it is necessary, to erect a 
J'uhllc Convenience upon property or the 
Corporation situated oil the weal - Ine w 
Government street, south of the post- 
offlce and north of the can" wu> 

AND, WHEREAS, the whole rati tbb 
land and Improvements or real i"."i" " ] f™ '', 

of the said Corporation Ol the * 113 01 , nil the vacancy caused by 

Victors ..cc.u.iiu, ■ ' , * t 91 Y vaa realgnai mpt Mr. «.,,,. Henrj RuaaaH 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereh srtvi n to 

,i M . |. r the Municipal I of the 

riiy ,,r Victoria, that ' i reau ' 

preset ci <k tin I Electors m tl e 

Court i - ■ '' the Cl,ty Hall, in the 

aforesa dl>' "W Wednesday, the -lib 

day i.i VUflst, 1910, from 12 "(noon) to 

1 p in for the purpose of' electing -v 

ehi them in the Muni 

■uuncll as Alderman for Ward 

tile 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



C orn.T 



COMPANY, I ••> 

Brand and Vt«>» Mreets. 



8 en 



I \\ i ' 
I, .'eh 



r on 100* I 16 ' feet. 

lbs: ''"'. 



I Ml 

uvi ttu< 



i-ii im:i: 



assessment roll foi ihe y.'iii 



i' 



183,089,937. " 

AND. WHEBEASt the total amount 

required to be raised annually by rati 
for the paying of the debt which will 

be created hereunder and Uw lataresl 
thereon, and COT creating an annual 

Binklng fund tor the payment off of the 
said aebl within twenty-five years, ac- 
, ordtng to law, is $1,280.85. 

AN) i, WlllJ UK AS. 'his bylaw nu 
be allele, I or repealed except Willi ' ' 

consent of the t4eutenanl O o ve r nor -in- 

1 ouncll: , _ ,, 

THBREFOKK. the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts, as follows: 

I. li shall ho lawful for the I 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to bpTTOW Upon the credit Of the said 
Corporation by waj of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from air pei 

..-• Socy or bodies corporate 
who maj be willing -t o w , flv r 

ns a loan, a sum of money 



..... , . -SBVKN P0OU.HU itOUSB 

■table, "I-' bard, la * " 

m Bid; walk, ww* ' '" 

1 n WfRi iraa m rids ,pn.,..-r >• » , 
block from B.r. .-. ..-, -oui utu iftlle trow 

hall. Price CM rlllf I'Tllll »» .II1U. — ~. 

.,. VVATEttPRONT PfcOPBRTl 

1 i,, ,,1, , beach and treea Bet 
■ mid terms of t lila. . 



city 

A 

pric 



ASK F0R__ADVANCE" 

Deputation of Vancouver Horse Show 

Directorate Ask for Loan 

of 120,000 

4 lar« and influential deputation 
headed- *>j i-resoient Howe and Includ- 
ed. Members of the «r«ctoraf« V 
8S Vancouver Horse Show hm i-.u 
. ended conivrciicc yesterday after- 
noon with Acting Pram er and Attor- 

: ficncral llowscr, with rdcrcce to 

„ Q?plicatl6n ror flnanolal aeBistance 
trbmthl government In the form ol an 
ndvanie 6f $20,000 The aesoclatlon, 

I 1 !,,,,, „, British CdlutobW 1 m, 

haaTone very «ood work. »aa .■■...- 

ducted its! affairs In ernlnentj us- 
nue lasiiUui. the receipt* of the 
th.n having iioeii e\ 
,-, tionally large 
ih,. n-easoi ) "^ s " n ' . 
throustn delaj In •■■'■'- "' T ' ' 

. flirectora PPsed that the govern- 

,„,,, should aaslsl with a lump sum 
,.„, instead 0! continuing tht thr 

m sand dollars per ann b 

during the next U « - '' ' n 

, ,,.,1 mmi grant, 11 1 explain^ 

would gri Ltl- fa llltal tid econp- 
,1,, financing 'h 

||,, 11 Ml BOWSer. made 

tin 



COLEIH ! 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 




CAJTCELIiATIOW OP KESERVE. 



NOTICE Is hereby given thai the Hi' 

existing on crown lu, ," lH ;,.. in ,.. tl 1 1 . < ! I agency ..1 1 



jttB( held exhibition 

roptionally large. At the tame On 

eul.at enii. .re 1 



,1, 



I lumbi . 

I:,,. „U of nomination of cai 
i.,. |l be as follows: ' .! 

The ... nlWi 1 < 1 m H be nominated In 
writing, th> writing shall be subsc 
DJ ,, v ,, ■ municipality as 

,,,,.|.. inb-r, and shall hi 

livi red j the Hetnrnlng Officer ai 

1 the date of the notice and ' 

,, m if the clay of the nomination, 1 n , AS . n 

1 of this hv lil/et'tlaitlnu '» 



association's 

III l/.e I lie 11 11 ■■' 

,' ,' -,,,.! prospects while advls- 

, Latlon thai th. matter, erf theft 

Sill Man Id oris '■•• dealt with 

of the 

,, :, will be takj 

'.'. , .,- nexl 

M 




servo exist... 

viciniiy of Bablne tiako, and situate in 

t osslar Dlsti let, npti 1" which bi » 

i„ g date -lune 80th, l»08 was pub- 
lished in the British Columb a Gasette 
da tod July 2nd, 1 908, is canoellsd. 

ROBERT A Hl'.NV, I. 1. 

Ilepuly I omi'ds lo ' ' ■■' ' 

i^ands Departmetrq Victoria, U- C. 

.lUlle, 16th, 1'Jl". 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established isos.) 

Capita! and Funds for security of 
policy-holders exceeds$26,0l)0,0JU 

I | lt . undersign, d lias • ' ■ ).-] M 

rly». 



■ 



held 



,., the Stiin-t Robertson Company, l»td., 
end will' hi. >■ prompt attenClon.to all 
' communloationa regarding new. business 
; or alterations ictjuired on extatirig "poll- 
clei Please addrcbs all coniunlcatlons, 
t0 J. Q, tGLLIOTT, 

Special a Kent for Vancouver Island. 
1 ; • Broad St.. . Victoria, B. O. 

I'hono 660. 



WOTICE TO COHTBACIOBS. 1 * 



Q. Box ,y>u. 

ComuaiUen "" 




Compaule* Winding -tjp Act, 189a 

NOTICE 

Kinal nie.-tlng pursuant to Section 39 



TPNDERS superscribed to be held a) the oBice of 3. O. Eljlott 

1 Mi-,".r h c." ■-:. th.-, -"■■■1 «'••>' - " tat the hour 

1 .he ■ ii roraile the Uj :i ■ p. 'in. to receive Mporl.and paas 

1| , !' t r -. ,.,-■.„,„ of ...ouidator ■ ..r the Stuart 

„d (.unmlHiui oha fuu * y uquidat. 

„„., framed whoolhouae at _ ^ at \ li:loI , ai a ,,, lhls :U t 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

70" V* Yiiih .Street 



Phone 10»4 



!ng In the whole the sum of $20,000 cur- age oi yean 

r.ncv or Bterllna money at the rati oi disqualified Under any 

is,, :.,,.,is dollars, to 'the one pc the.slx months 



will I p"ii "ii Saturday. 

MiKUst. 1910, fi-om !t 
K ,i n to 7 p. in. In I umer 

follow 

For the Iffice T,f ALDERMAN for 

Ward No, - In the Police Court at the 

which every person Is 

. ipili-od to take notice and 

. ii4m*d-C at rdingly. 

PSOS3 qualified to he nominated 

i ed as A 1.1 "HUMAN of Ihe 

la siiall be such persons 

iot exceed- as are maleBrltlsh subjects of the full 

vears. and »< i- n it 

law. and have Room 

s next pri ceding 

bo] the day of iiomlnat'.on the reglsti 

-,„ 'received ' Id Into th md registry office of land 

. of he Treasurer of the said I or real prpprty in the ci.y of \ Icor.a 

oration roi the pur, and with of a » last nui- 

SSrobJect hereinbefore recited. i n,e,.t .0,11 of ve l,u, 

. " n shall b( lawful for the sa I irs over and B,bOV 

Mav.u to can' mn ■ni.ml.or of deben ■ »'"' w ho 

L re otherwisi duly qualified- as muni- 
cipal voti 

Given umifi my hand at \ Ictorla. 
British- i',i':mbla.Mhis 16th r da: 
. August, 191H 
de hen Hires being "f the. amount pf , 
I 1 and all such dele mures shall be . 

Keajed with the seal of the said ' :or 
poral Ion and slgived by the M 1 

thereof. 

It slvall be lawful for the said .M 



bv b*;eitlgitliitf. n Is tn< 
northeast corner 01 am F\r; 

n.ov anaured ns iirml-ViiincJS nrnper:.v, nna 

ii In .1 decidedly ««■>) ln.-eg:in. at i»l H" 

a ■ The property adjolnlnft and ..p- 

pI.Blt. !« held SO prr cent, higher; »•". th,a 

opportunity is only tor a few a 



6lf> 



C H. RICHARDSON 

K,...in 1, 1 fBiRlm 



I 



rtBKNV 



aril i.» 



• . ' HOU8E, 
■per '••" n '- 



T,-tBlf_N\VOOl> ROAD— I 
I' two lota. »*00 cash. 



SIX ROOM HOISK. 
It'alaiiev 150 mon t h- 



ryr 



per 






Coleman, Alberta 



Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



c:i> 

T.( l»dt r lor 

. . ... I 

i .I.:,. Works, up t<> noon oJ 

I . I 

!,,n and 
. ,! limb 

Mission, 

;,. , Ificatjons, contract, . and 
bi tender may be seen ■ on and 
I , -tli day of AiiK'i-t, l'.H". al the 

,,ni, t of the' Government Agent 
Y/'-stmiiisf 1 , B C. Abliott. Ks'i.. Secre- 
tary to School Trualf.ee. Mission; J. Jjj. 
liowmaii, i:s<i , 'architect, 1^ J"'™" 
Building . Vancan vcr; and at- thfe De- 
partment of I'uTTlio XV.irltsT-Vleterta^- 



tor." 
day 



of July. 1910. 



e 



Each proposal must be sfl oempa nled 



CANCELLATION 



KESERVE. 



Ol 



^NOTICE is. hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
in spe cial . Timber l.l.etic.s No. 202i>, 



bv vn accepted bank cheque or certlfUl situat. I Scchclt Inlet, Now Weat- 

cate of deposit on a chartered^hank of mU iBfer District, Is cancoUed. and that 
Canada, made pnyable to tlie Honorable 



. I LAS 

tl 

balance B 



KT I'.l'MJAhOW. 
era acre, i 
18" months at T per 



six 



D 



to he in ide e\. c tied • 
tor such sums as may be retiuired. 'not 

,v ling however, the sum of ■■$.'• 

either In ctirn m j or sterling n 
iat ' he rati aforee ild 1 each of the s 



E' 



\ p'TOIilA WKST. 



to suit. 



IV.' 

I'M. W. NOHTIH'oTT. 
Ueturnlng OWi 



Tenders for Gar- 
bage Cans 



In hts discretion to alternately caus 
each of the said deh.-nt ores to be made, 
executed arid issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and one If necessary for 
n less sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized issue. 

The said . I -ires shall bear dflte 
of the flay after the Bnal passing ofi ■. f A , .„ st ,,„- the makini? 

su<5 h place e ■ !! " Dominion of j base cans as.so much apiece, to be cie- 

Canada, Great Britain or the TTnited , jiyered ' Where rcpii red in city. 'I he 

body, top anil" b"tt. mi are to bo made 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO. 

I. Chtttlonir Block. Yatci alrt.t. 
otxt bank. Phona 1401. 

A FINK I'AlltV .KAKM. ■•" > 
fin, bud, under ciililvai 

■rrows Koo.i • tiiph in- i he dryesl •ummer, 
laid .,11 i.y- gravity from tan 
tj to house, garden, barn, ilaoli 
Barn with stabling ror n 

a, niao some bos stall* muctiine i 

and granary with Ion 

two ata sixes, """ '" wl h " u ,, 1 ,'; 

runs, good t»i".e'ii heiia,- wHU 

i We. i. good wtodern hou»e with ^tsro 

htttinK "...m». four bedroom* kitchen, pan- 
try, dtningroom, bathtoom, hot and cola 

v.:.i»r.. septh, tank, workshop. ' 

COnSiSU of elKhl OIVS «'"»" '" ,, U||J 

,,ure..l,rer! pure-bred Holsteln ball es 
three hors-5. besides calyea ' l ' 1 ;. K ",'"■,, ':,'., 

» ii „ i Me best faxms In the Dli 

is only. one mil* fronT^v'ca»holme. I 

.»ii, balance In » year' '"" 
particulars apply f> Hn»' ■offiee. ,___ 



CTAIRFtB ^TE. NEAR CAKl.UfK 

l 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 
Collieries of the International.. 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 

Brh^o'xtao. | jCo ., "-of Victoria, having -been duly 

—c^SiTDXr- instructed by the International 



A 



block of bight; 

las road, on Mobs »tn 

Price J4.400: average $ 550 each. 



<>ach l»t i» 



Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., will sell 
by Public Auction at Vict oria, 
B. C, on Monday and Tuesday 



tl,,- Minister of I'tlDltC Works for aNjum 
equivalent to JO pet cent, of the amohpt 
of the tender, which shall be forfeited 
if the party tender! iik decline to -enter 
into con tract w h e n called upon to do so, 
or If he fall to complete the work con- 
! traded for. The cheques or certificates 
! of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers- 
j will be returned to them upon the exe- 
cution oLlhjLCpntjract^ 
I . Tenders will not-bp considered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual- signature of the len- 
deror. and enclosed in the. envelopes 
furnished. 

The lowest or any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. • . 
F. c. GAMBLE, 
Public Works Engineer. 
Public Works Department. 

Victoria B. C. 2nd August. 1910, 



the said la. ids will be open for location. 
provisions of t,lt! Land Act, 
at midnight on October 11. l'JIU. 
ROBERT A. UKNWl'K. 
.Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Dept., Victoria. July 14, 1S10. 



Ai-rw DCAiTv'-thc 10th and 20th, September, 

THE CAPITAL ( CITY ftEAUY I ^ rcmai , ndei 



NOTICE 



ee Asenu 



k.,,1 pM«t« "^'^^z™:*:-- 



I'lielle 



\> let 



1 1 A V B 

till 



Tenders WIS be re, .'-iced by the 
a erfllgrted up to : p. m. on Monday, 



un- 
the 



of -i gauge i^lvanlsed iron. All ban 
dl.s. bands, cimnnel Irons and riv 
conform in. avtry way ciiinl to the sam- 
ple, ■ . sun in .the offloe .f the 
purchasing aMnl. The ' coBtractor Will 
require i<. enj|r into a contrai 
the , ion for the fulfillment of 

e. vhScli will state the am. unit 

and when rciuire.r. The lowest at any 
ler not necessarily accept. 

\VM. W. NOKTHCOTT. ' 

Purchasing Agent. 

rite Hal!.. fctKus.! 21. 1910. 



States of America, as may be designated 
thereon: and sball'Tiave attach' 
them coupons for lbs paymenl of inter- 
eft1 niel the signatures of the. Interest 

tlpons may be either written, stamped, 
printed. . lithographed or engrav-ed. 

4 The said debentures shall bear in- 
terest at the rSte of four, per cent, per 
ahnvrrn from the date thereof, which in-. 
•re. i -ball be payable half-yearly On 
the 21st dav of January and 
of .Tnlv. at such place, either, in the Dp« 
minion of Ganada. Great Britain or I 
I'rrlted States of America. aS BIB? be e.\- 
■vressed In the debenture and coupon. 

:, It shall be lawful lor the said 
Mn-o,r to cause the said debentures and 
Interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made pavablc nt such pla. er In 

the Dominion of Canada, Great Britain 
or the fnlted States of America, as may 

mall be lawful for the Mayor ofj The Murilciptj Council of the (torpor* 

tbe' said Corporation to dispose of i l: ,,f the City of Clctorta having de 

raid ■ at a rate- below par 



CITY BROKERAGE 

1^18 Douglas St.. Opposite .Merchants Bank 
. otn sci-.i-lAt-TV tfl BPPSB 

STT7K HAVS JU6T HAP I'.ISTHP WITH OH 
\\ ., n |pu on the Bsquttialt 
nlna .thn.-ugh' from str-et to stn 
,','.'," „etl, en-rely fr. • ef-ffl 
..rchHrd Th.s^ ,ot» are In. a «•■ 
and'are- »orth 'your tcMM 
,,.,rF tfl pay for them If desired. ._ They, are 
t.oth your* for 11.80a. 



PORT A 

,, sad have a 

lefl 



Real Estate Holdings in 
nobler! the City' of Coleman, Alberta. 



w, have from 



in the matter of tne estate of Blanche 
Ede. late of the City of. Victoria, B. C. 
widow. 
All persons having claims acalnat 

the above estate pre requested to send 

S^SIcompHsing some Three Hundred l^^'^ Z S ZT^Zr 

tor will proceed to 

ts of the deceased, 

to the claims of 



NOTICE 

Navigable Waters Protection Act 
NOTICE is hereby given that John 
Uavmoiid-of the City Vt Victoria, Uril- 
ibh Columbia, Is applying to His Excel- 
lency th,- Governjnr~Qeueral of Canada 
in Council for approval of the plans anil 
descriptions of site, of winks propoa 
to be constructed by him in Victoria 
Harbor Immediately fronting Eot BftA. 
Block 41. Victoria. B. O.; ancr~nas 

tu , u the p .i.-i.anvl descriptions 

Ito with tho Minister Of I'ubli'i 
Works at Ottawa and a duplicate there* 
■of with General of Tltlea 

in the i.tii'd Registry Onrice, Victoria, 
B, i<., and that the matter of the said 
application .will be proceeded with 

moatli ■- in the' 
; i publication of tills no- 
tice in the "1,'aiiiiilii Gazetts." 

Ualed this S*th day of July. 1910. 

rrrfaA-WGi-Ki 
Hi;. Government street. 

Victoria, B. C. 
Solicitor for Applicant. 



*Lt*™l/"K *{*j* n ™« *»n •" eligible Business and Residential , h ich, date, the. execu 

rt<m^%F&* aglSiiU located in this thriving in- ^X& ^? 
fe ^^^X,r» ttd jdivirial centre. . ■ j ^^KiffS 

I. Por further and full particulars, victoria b . c. . 



NOTICE. 



d. Mcintosh 

Rml l.Mule Sad 1 ImiMeli.l Ajtrnt. 

Mah.'t. iH'iK ■ liovernweat »treei. V ictorls 
11. C« Iflrptume 174B. 



du.strial centre 

Por further and full particulars, 
plans, maps, photographs, 
j apply to The Auctioneer, 



Dated this 2 1st July. 1910. 
Victoria. B. C. 

GEO- A. MORPHY. 

Solicitor for Executor. 



1 



AM 
Jolin St 
I.1.500; certtts 



MiiliKRN *-«OOM H 

ot 67 feel frontage; 



O? 

oni: 



SEMI MODERN 8 i: 
Tni only Jl,s5ft,i terms 



,: ON 



mr? 5 LOTS IN Birtl.EITH. I«75 each. 



Stewart Williams"' 

'j. i •(* 1 1 .^jd*-. 1 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 



HEWLINGS ■■& CO, 

I'bont 17J1. 



119* Broad Street 



SO fiAA— COBNttR t.pT. OAK BAT DIB- 
J.tMMI I'jOslOO feet. U60» cash .) 

<M~r Aft poiPtwo corner lots On 

> 1 .. It M ) >r ii,,,.. . . - 



mWO I.tJTS CLOSE TO COOK STREET. 

'1 I'WH • ■ ■ ' • 



and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out of the aunis so raised by the Sale 
of the said debentures all expenses ■ 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
inir or HthopfraphinK of the debent 
and coupons, or any discount or coin- 
other chat ■ lental to 
the sale of the said debenture*. 

7 If deemed' advisable by the 
Inert shall, in the said debenture 

.reed tri the Corporation the right 
upon anv tutore consolidation of the de- 
bentures indebtedness of the city to 
betit He * bentures of such rm, 
,,1 ion secured upon the CTi 
city cenernllv. Such consolidation 
bentni »hall 1 ontain ihe 



U?0~<"w"in ?OR HOUSE AM» I* ACRES, 
f}V>,UUU Victoria Arm (Pprtase Inlet), 
good « i W, ' M " f wa '" n 



termlned that 1; 1- ciesirable: 

1: TO grade, drain and pave Willi 
asphal r.nieni' street, from 1 

lille street to MlchtKan "street, and to 
cohslrjicl 1 levariis (includins main- 
tenance) curls .ii.i RUtterS, on both 
of Bald street between. Superior 
■tree! and Michigan street, Inclu 
(l,,~reconsi ru. Hen of «ntters on bpxh 1(;() 
. , )f sil ,, 1 between Belleville - 

- and 'Superloi street, and the- cost 
,,r lateral connections to sewers/ surface 
drains and water mains, and moving 
■ 
2: To Krati-i di a, 11 and macadamise 
..vltii luiui. ■ ernment . be- 

tween Niagara itreet and 1 'alias road, 
and to construct gutters on. both sides 



1 (,HPON JIEAO" ROAD-^28 ACRES. *Tot 

, r acre: ■ . 



GtOH 

M 



osriiKAi. BTRBBT. 
12, sea 



HOUSE ANl> I-OT 



a&i KAA—aAANicS DisTRiVrr, for « 
>. \ ,. lUII . .-. 1 with sm all house, partly 

t-ultlvic . ■ ■ 



C. ARTHUR REA 
R ?i„S , Vs^v ln ".t^.nK ^l-™ a 

T^ARM LANDS-IMrUOVKD. , WILL EX- 
I 1 change— good farms In Manltobs, for 
city property Several Victoria homes for 
laltt at reasonable prlcts and ttrms. 



To, Dairymen, Farmers 
and Others 

Stewart Williams & Co. 



Dulv instructed by Messrs. KInnerty 
will sell by public auction at 
Road. Ca'd- 



& Kons 

their farm on the Finnerty 

boro Baj , 



NOTICE 

In the Estate of Thomas r». Towers. 

late of Victoria. British Columbia, 

LKsceased. Intestate. 

All persons having- -claims against the 
deieascdTaro requested to semi partic- 
ulars thereof, duly verified to the un- 
dersigned on or before the 1st day of 
September, 1&10. aflor which data the 
administratrix will proceed to distribute 
the assets of the deceased among the 
persons entitled thereto havin g ■ reg ard 
only to the claims of which she then 
nan notice. 

Dated this 29th day at -luly, 1910.. 
■ ; OLIVE M. TOWERS. ,. , 

' ' 651 Belton Ave,, Victoria West. 
Victoria. B, < - 
Administratrix. 



"WATEK ACT, 1909.' 1 - 

TAKE NOTV-K that I. Frederick ■ N". 
Norton, of the' city of Vancouver. B. C. 
lumberman, Intend to apply to the L»teu- 
lenant-Oovelmor In/Counoll on" Tuesday, 
the Hth day of October, A. D. 1810*. aL 
the hour of 11 o'clock in the foreno 

., eoon thereafter as the application 

can be heard, for a final license upder 

Pacts XI. and XU. of the "Water Act. 

and rennrfe obajtai '• ■ 

ftoin Salmon rlv r and « I ■<" 

piin of Bute inlet. British Columbia, 
for the purp making the san • '■<- 

for rafting and driving logb al 
nlnp hack a nd storing water, and for 
erecting bootnfng-grourcls In said 0*1 
ford bay. approximate maps', plana and 
particulars of which . undertakin. 
1, led in ilia offices of tbo Ghii 1 
mlssioner of Lands awl Water Commls-. 
sioner at Victoria. ■ 

^>ated this !6th day <,f July A. D. 
1910. FREDERICK! N. Sn 



boittjed 



rBBB 

MERCHANDISE OF ASA KINDS 
STORED AND DISTRIBUTED 



conditions and restrictions as are" |f v()i(| s , . tudins the cost of sur 

alned in the debenture issued in ( , , connections, ahd 

pursuance of this .bylaw, and in each ^, il{ ,. v main, and moving of pub- 
,1 rrture issued hereundei a clausi |ftry 



ACRES, sfitHAT l.AKK, 40 CHAINS 
waterfront, $70 per a. 
, KTV: OQOD INVESTMENTS, 

\J on Douglas. Johnson and Yates street. 



TODAY 

' sf 

at 11 o'clock sharp 
a pai,t of their well known 

MILK'NG HERD 
and CARTS 

grade 



uh 






;;. To whi< 



uh 



oil 



..... ■ ■ • . 1 r 

Inserted, . , , ,,., I struct c) 

.1 the purpose of raising annua 
• .. requited sum for the payment ol 

the interest .11 I hi BS 3 ; "" : ' dur- 
ing their currency, there Shall be raised 
annually the sun. of *800 and for the 
purpose Of Ortattng the sinking fund 
-aforesaid for the payment oft or the 

,-,, maturlt: thi r< -■ all he ra 
annua::-, tl • . I'm Of MM ' ■.»! both 
said sum- shall be raised 
„„„!]v by s rate sufficient then 

ail ratable land artd Impri 
or real propei ty In the I !lty of "> 
during the continuance of thi aid ■>■ 
bentures 01 any at them. ...: 

, This bylaw shatl before -the m ■ 
passing thereof recftlve the 

the electors of the said < orpoi I 

the mannai provided for In 

pal GtaUSCS • v ' t ' , '" 1 "hall 
,,- tin- day after the fl 

iliereof. , ,. , 

in This l.vlaw may. be Cited as 

).,,!,, , - - ■ .lieu- ■- i... in B I ' ■ 

Passed the Municipal I mcll on the 

15th dax of ''•'■' ■ 

T \ k i-:|h>"''iTi< 'K thai the aho 
lt . l|P oopT-of the proposed bj 

- ,,,,. Muhl' Ipaltty win 



fddewalks and tO 
glitters on -BOth sides 

, ,, ,.,.ii imuK'la.H at 
and Blanche 

1 met ciivbs and gutters on 
from 
to. Pand< ■ nue, 

Tji pave wltjr asphalt Vancouver 
avenue" to 
south lb ' te ayenm 

Deluding 

• . sins and Water 



E.HENDERSON & CO 

Sylvenl.-' Block, B I "»<■, til ^Hlr« Mr.-.-' 



1 ri\ A.ltCS OF GOOD I.AM' IN CHOICE 
LOU ' Mahloba. 10 ar church and 

mile from lawn; pries IM acre., 
'xehanga for city p.ropertj 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

T\KK N'lTirp that tbe partnership 
heretofore subsisting between 8. ^Wl)- 
son and J. Kennedy , at Victoria B. 
aider the si 1. of ;Th«- Victoria Gar- I 
nKe ",wa» dissolved on the 20th day of | 
,lulv, 1910, and thai -the said business 1 
Will In the future be carried on by s. | 
I Wilson' to whom all outstanding ac- t 
nU are payable and who will be - 
Dslble for all liabilities In connec- 
tion with the said business 
' SYPM'.V I. WILSON. 1 

J. KKNN'EOY. ; 

— : '■ -— — u ~ ' I Including: ?n grade Jersey 

♦ ♦♦♦♦cows (1» freshly calved., a heifers ( * 
,,-m old) in calf. 1 heifer I yea*, old. 
riyde full 7 months old,, Chestnut Clyde 
,i,0' lbs sound, riibl.e, 

I'i** ♦♦♦♦■••♦♦*•** * runabout buggy. Kngtlsh 1-seated jihae- 
♦ *♦•♦ m(lu wagon (nearly new), milk 



Cor P ar tl°!J e i I f eaty i Pancan'sWarehouse 



CITT CLERK WANTED 
, NON, B. C. 



POX VEtt- 



milch 



♦ ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



Applications will . be received up to 
••9th AuKiisf. 1910, by the'couilcll 
City of Vernon for the position of 
and Treasurer. Salary H-i> !>•'. month, 

Applicants with previous municipal 
experience preferi"! r 

Apply stating quaAlncatlon and refer- 
ences, to v • 

D, O. TATE. 
Acting City Cle 
," Vernon, B. C. 



Negotiable Warehouse Receipts Is- 
sued. ' Furniture and Household Good* 
carefully handled. Stone Build lng and 
Low Insurance. ^ 



Phone 1665. 



535 Tatem St. 



HBE AND TWO LOTS ON 
Street; fr.Olt rn^sand all raml-rn COB- 
will nell ai a reduced price If 
oh «t ones Pries I'- 



ve with Mi unions macadam 
1 ■ . . , the si, nil. 

,. in Humboldt - 
. 1 wide) Including 

later- 



Ij^OUR LOTS IN NEW , DIVISION. CLOSE 
In and near high school; at J3J0 each. 



BORN. 

NKSIUTT AI I62't Itlchmond Ave., to 
llu . 1 Gorman H. PTssbltt, n son. 

s„,i i .. i-os Angeles and Pasa- 
depa papers pi ' 



toll. 

cans, etc 

bunch will 1. < op ih-- grounds. 



NOTICE 



R. W., DC 



The Auctioneer. STEWART WILLIAMS 



LEE AND FRASER 

kgeBta, Troiince 



CARD OF THANXS. 

M t . m ,a., wisi, to aa vtiflrfl cc Soil 

thank all their kind friends, for the jYlCiyilalU V,V »JVH 

sympathy • xtended to tht m and 

fi,,w. is ■ -eut during thel 
if trial and sorrow 



Ir re- 



AUCTIONEERS. 



Krai Estate and ln».rnn, 
A SOUS 



iri 
the Miinici- 

: -' 
■ 1 ; pa 



|4500 

asphalt 1'orl Strwt from Yates Strei 
to m Charlei including cost ." f ■ 'U 1 •»( l( 1 

• .11 both sides df said '. i.*»" 

ewers, I 

iter main 
f> pave ind avenue with' 

Vhi iv er 

(roadway 

1.. I- liollle- 

h sid« of Itock.land avenue 



-wii.,1. PURCHA8E A six 
"nod. modern house on Clar- 

V. KOP. TWO UOOD LOTri 

on Montr' hi k'i t, 



12500 



FOR A l-'ivr, iiuTiMED i 
ihri-. eloas in. on Colllnson hi 



CARD OP THANKS. 
Mrs .lames llltchii tmjly are 

desirous "i expre-slngr their 

thanks to th Ii n mt 0« '■ •■ 

the beautiful floral of fertoga and ,«nany, 

| un ,l,„ tended I" them In their 

sad hour-, .d nent. " , , ■ 



Re Capt. Edward . Barkley 
ceased. 

All persons having claims against the 
estate of Captain Edward Barkley, B. 
N deceased. Inte of Westh.dme. B. C . 
are required to send particulars, duly 
verified thereof to Messrs. ' 
Crease, 5;n Fort street, Victoria, B 
on or before the 31st day of August, 

"Dated, the 30tU day of July, A. V. 1910 
(Signed 1' 

GKOl-'KKKV BAKNAKmSTON. 

Executor. 



& 

Cm 



Sfii#EL HARRISON & CO. 

Stewatt. B. C, and Prmce 
Rupert, B. C. 

Fiscal Agents -for the 

Main Reef Mining-Co. 

The property of this com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devel- 
opment Co* 






CANCEI.LATIOK 






or 



RESERVE. 



drain 



( n , ,,„, ,4,8 im. K. .:.,„'s build- 1 eluding COS1 
mri Broad mm -I on Mom b 
of August l«0s that 



Si, MM) 



TtVO LOTS o: 
Kings : . a Komi Inly. 



©tr.iprfl ONLY, — FOR A SEVEN 1 
JpOmOU taloW on Measles street 

modern In 'very rasp 



rlny 

kept 

... I. 11 

that Mr, 

pointed 

■aid ' " I 



the -".Mb' 
thi poll/i •"'*" 
hen. ■ ours 

m. and - i' '" ■ "' 

\-, \\' . \ ,,rl In "II ' " ' 

the Returning ""'.. t ot tat 



1: W 



1 1 1 ; ,v 1 ' 1 . 



, ■:. Clerk's '" <' ; c 
August 17th, 1910. 



M 

I ' 



Municipal Notice 



1 1 



1. 






1 Unclerpi"'!' 1 ' 1 'l'eh nil 

1910. 
- aewer Loan Ouarat 

.... Ridge i-"'" 1 
I oVlas Ro "" ' ' 

1 ',," Im.. billon H"-h ■■"' BI I-' * 

I public ■'■■<■'' ■ nlenca uoan !■■ 

^T herffi c 1 not ' ' 

..,,.,„.. -.f tl • muntcipalti of the 
of victoria ... ... 

Si-taws foi raisins mo 

, .,.,,,- of the miiniclballt: r< a«i '• 

.;, attend at "',- polling place h ■ n ■ 



.\o. ill 

I 



ami ins Broad stress in the 



.,,,.. ;dson 

,. .... 1, el ween 

, - . 

both • ... li.'lin- 

,,]■ . , , . , '. , drum laterals. 

1 ;,- and rock sur- 

ds l.iirfiel.l 

1.1 ivhsii 

• and that th" *nld work shall 
, ,1 out In Ik C"i fin nee will 
ocul Imp 
, 1 ;, n- ,,ii t ' niMidtnents tli 

i and the City r mid ' ''' 

1 

■■ 
1 1 ,,r said h. 1 ' ■ 
1 
, ■ the 

-. - R ahl 

1 ' 
I tin - 
and ,Clt.i ' 
having b- 

Nona ' «Ei en 

... 

■ ■' p 

ty of t 

. „,l esrntlni 

01 

1 rop< "' I l " 



si:,)d 



W2UL BITUA I 

en H.11 hniK- r avenue. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments. Tablets. Granite 
Copings, ftc.. nt iow»»st prices 
consistent' with tlrst olass stock 
i.-.d wirkmsnshlp. 

A. STEWART 
ror Yates nn<l Blnnchnrd Sts. 



HERBERTS 



LOTT 

1 ' . , . mill;.-! 



T 



ENDERS WANTED 



Instructed, wo will sell at our Bales- 
, in. 1814 "broad stt 

TOMORROW 

2 P. M. _ 

Furniture and Effects jjsS&'SJr'JS 

s^iri^lasrts-sjari 

,ate tor.spfecifl- District, is cancelled, and that the said 
' ' vl-w Th„Vsd ; ,.v-u,i:ten-,Ho7r4 llin d s will be open Mr location unto* 

the. provisions -of the" Land Act at nUd- 
nlsht "'u ncto'ber 14, l»10 

" RDHBSlVr A. RKNWIl.'K, 

pwt y Cotnintaplenet of JUands, 
, i;hi. '-' Iy "■ 11 ""' 




,. HMHHH 



ven that the re- 

:i -Is enihi 



liu-ludinj? bedrooms, 
room, kitchen, and ol 

!h ( .,„ u ,h in too late i&rjffifecil 

..,,,, n — \ :i view 

Also oft account of ■■Whom it Mas 
- rn." 
4 TONS OF STEEL BAR. 



O 



l„', he Supreme Coun of British Cotum-- 
Via m the Matter ^ «' 

11.1 1 eased. 

Tended Will bll ""V:i r ""V, r 

ill noon - , 

L910 f.. *• " f V". 

viz., I 



I foiio 



in 



ach 

1 1 ■ 
VEN that 1 be 



A. WILLIAMS. & CO., LTD. 

,t '.«,,. Btreet, rtsB&i t;i»s. 



.. map -:.-. vn: 



1 

Tli 



80 



■- 

seven mlh-s from 
f 8.200 . 



AIN ROAD,' 
Very eh 1 ; 



k ,<i re, high 

— ' ' vl. -w, I 






S wrr 1 1 GOOD 

r I chicken house, only 
■ v. r, DadS, lf""4 " 111 

.... . ...0. 



,,!.,,, ny. lender not nt 

W.M. MONTKH II. 
Official Admin 

Admlnlstertnj 

inclnl, Deceased, . 

; f tn jay ,,i august, mo. 



CmSttm* bf r« l>i.r« W^cted Kiir- 

,,.,.,, ■ ,-. rvHU.d Steel, Asst. 

, bars warrd fOugh "- '■»' 

ror chisels. S inns tough 
(tuaran- 

,i .,,...11 y 

rucibie - for l««i ^ 

■els and drills, 1 a07. wai «nli«l 

:d hammers. 5 

l.ttSfO 
1 . I,, i!.« Th, 'f-. lay- «tu-rn.'"u. 

MAYNARD & SON, Auctioned 



NOTICE 

Campers and Picnict-rs „rr 
riot permitted to land on 
Section 96, Ksquim-'alt Dis- _ 
trict, otherwise known as 
RoSelianU. 

Jtine i.Ub, r0io< 





Livery Stables 



DAV1ES & SONS 

- rjTIONE! », j |**J'. 



cs.NCEi.i.A'noH' or BEsaava 



NOTICK is hereby «i\en that tho fa- 
ting In .il rulH ln U ."', 
vlclnli Hituate ln 
none,.- ■'. Cost district, notice p* which 
was oublishsd In^tbe Brltlsto Colurnb.ta 

aa'etie. dated h„ , I7„tl 

,ie,i in so fa. as said reserve re 
1 uitt-s to loi« nunihered 



the 

ml in- 



1 . 



118, 

v 



565 



AND 828 YATES STREET 



i -- < rop, r-'.i.i house ana 

lings considerable ttoek, tout milts I 
. ■ |) H 090. ,- M,,i 1.1 mt 

MlH !>! 1 l.liX A.'KKS, FINK ROTI.. NBARLlY 

I „ ; 1 .:-,,, -i .,1- ii.-w housa jood "'» 

llldlnfff, good urchaid. • baitiii, at IH.j'ht. I 



MI LI. WOOD AND STOVTI 
roa SALE 



WOOD 



To Rent 



R. DAVRRNE, [615 Douglas St. 

< i,,|. ;i,- ray Hall 

B,. DAVEJJ.1CH. T. 1 BJ- 



se and trail for sale, 

, '. ' ! ■ lO» 

Is from £&c_and 
th «r good DaVleg 8. Sons 

...,1 M t»tcs strec 



i;,'.'.i, 
i&;;8, 

154t>. 
1521, l«2S, 



1612, 

1540, 

1523. 



IMl, 

1530, 1527, 1 



1 :, 1 1 . 



1614, 



llOTICE. 

In the Matter of the Companies Wind- 
ing Up Act, 1898, and in the Matter 
of the Sillcla Brick and Idme 6»«« 
pany,' llmltod. 

,\- rVi'M-: 'I • hei 

nt thr above rtai 
irlly ' 

■ 

,,,iii-. ' : ' ' 

....... 

irs' "i 

Sole 1 '" ""' '• 

l,l,,,lldlltn| "I ii" ••'hi c . ntl 

from 

, 1 liquidator. "> Bollc! 

i ..... 1 ii sahl 

,,, -i, iini, 1 plane 



M 



ROBKHT v RENWICK. 
r)e.pnty Comhissatunsr* of uut ' 1 
Lai. utrnent, Victoria, li. C, 
j u n e l«th. 101". - -___ 

Advertise 1 in THE COLONIST 



In fll ' 

. tin 





>,i |, notice 01 




! i ,. , v eludt .1 




,1- crlbution 




, ■ proved, 


III 


1 1 •>. 




- 




1 , ildator 




. ■, \ let 11 la, B. c. 



■tr '%.■ is., ■■'• J 



'FW '^:: '.".■ 



/ 



20 



VICTORIA PAILY COL6nIST 



New Fall Goods Are Arriv- 
ing Daily in the Costume, 
Millinery and Silk Sections. 
Look Through These Depts. 




" i'^iifSKi 



LIMITED 




in 



Friday Will Be an Imp 

the Furniture Dep 

The closing days of. our August Housefurnishing Sale will be marked with many bargains which will 

be welb worth vour while taking advantage of; 




Thursday, August 25, 1910 



There Remain Only Foi r 
More Days of the Aug. Fur- 
niture Sale, so Watch Our Ad. 
Closely, Also Qur Windows 







Carpet Dept. News 

Brussels Carpet Squares, 
Size 3x3, Friday, $10.00 

Brussels Carpet Squares, splendid 
woavc. These come in two-toned 
effects, in brown, stylish fjesigns, 
and are suitable for every room in 

$10.00 




the house. Size 3 x 3. 
day '■ 



Wilton Rugs, Size 3 x 3, for 
$18.75 

Wilton Pile Rugs, charming designs 
and c olorings , in, Oriental style, 
green and chintz colors . Splendid 
rug for small dining-room or sit- 
ting-room. See Broad street window. 
Size 3 x 3. Special Friday $18.75 



Children's Cribs, 
Friday, $8.90 

Children's Cribs, white enamelled, 
brass rail and spindles ai head 
and foot, movable sides, with 
sprjng attached. This is a 
great bargain at the pi ice Spe 
rial h'riday $8.f>0 

Top Mattresses for same $2.25 



Mo rris C hairs Spe- 
cial, Friday, $5.75 

Morris Chairs in solid oak, golden 
finish, upholstered in first qual- 
ity leatherette, spring .seat and 
back, very rpp my and comfort- 
able. See Broad street win- 
dow*. Special Friday. .$5.75 

Solid Oah RocKers, 
Friday, $3.75 



Rockers in solid golden oak and 
birch-mahogany, spindle sides 
and back,. cobbler seat and era-' 
bossed head-rest, very strongly 
buijt. Give every comfort when 
in use. See Broad street win- 
dows. .Special Friday $3.75 



Friday Will Be an Important 

Day in the Gents' and Boys' 

Furnish ing Department 

A special tine of Men''- Medium and UigHtweighl 
Natural Menu.. Shirts and Drawer-. Jusl the 
thing for cool fall evenings. . Generally sold at 

75c per garment, Friday special 50< 4 

bout twenty-five dozen Men's Fine Natural Llal- 
briggan Shirts and Drawers; the last of the sea- 
son, must he cleared out. Regular value 50c. 

Friday special .; :••' ...35£ 

Boys' Coat Sweaters, in all sizes. These are hard 

• wearing goods for school use. 75c and ...$1.00 

A special line 'of Boys 1 Fancy Mesh Slur'- , 

Drawer.- >? in. pink shade. Shirts short sleeves, 

drawers knee length. Regular 35c and 50c. 

Friday, all sizes 26' to 32 •• 35^* 

Boys' Heavyweight Blue and Red Sweaters for school wear, all 

v ) ' l < - *. . . o"0 

Better lines in blue all-wool Sweaters. English make:s. 75c to $1.25 
Boys' Shirts and Shirt Waists, in great variety, ranging from 50c 

Boys' Leather Belts in brown, black, tan and green. Special for 
Fri< lay . * J v 



Bureau'Special ,Fri.,ijil2.5 

• Bureaux in surfaced quarter cut oak, fin- 
ished golden, two full length drawers- 
two small draw it- . best I'.ritish bevelled 
plate mirror [6 Strongly built 

and in best quality finish. Only a few 
in stock, See Broad street windows. 
Special for Friday ...,..; $12.50. 

New Costumes Are Attrac- 
ting Great Attention 

: 1 — 

The new h'all Costumes will appeal at once to the woman who 
wants to wear something different," more distinctive. This 
season the styles are decidedly distinctive. The many radical 
changes that have been made during the past season will be noticed 
by all discerning dressers. Aside from this, the materials arc of finer 
quality, while many new shades will also be found. A glance at 
them is really interesting. ' ' 





Chiffonijeres 
Special, Friday, 

at $12.50 

Chiffoniere in surfaced quirt er < ■ .ik, 

golden finish. Has fii full 

drawers', best I'.ritish ftevelh 
■ ror, supported < -w 4 ' ! gh 

standards. A ver} rjjiashi: 

and are a big bargain. i' H i" • ; ' 

day $12.50 

Some S eason aMe Offering s in CrocK ery 

[Department 

• in stock ready for immediate 




Everything n'-e. ssan \'a !»i 

•delivery. 
Preserving Pans, with w:r< 

8-quart size. . t.. 

And various 'other sizeilari. 
Economy Jars, ' coniplefc-wit!' 

Half-gallon size ........ 

i-rquart- size .i.. . 

l-pint size #'■*:••• 

Extra caps, per doz^n . . . 
Crown Preserving Jars 2-> 

i -quart size j 

Irpint size ..... i •(•'*- 

Rubber Rings for presefvu 
Fillers, enamelware 
Fillets, tin ........ 

Glass Dippers, with 

article 



lie. enamelled ware, 6-qt. size 30^ 
,.....; ....35< 

mall, at economical prices. 
iM-,' springs and full directions; 

« ■ • ■ • *d« •••'••••• '■■•*•• 




aixlles- 



$1.95 
81.50 

$1.25 

..'.2.V- 

$1.25 

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Our Mens and Boys' Department Offers Splendid Values 

in Clothing for Fall Wear 

Every day, new goods for Fall wear are being opened up. Men' t> 3 and Boys' Clothing in great variety to choose from is 
to be had here. In. selecting clothing for boys' wear, you are doing so from the largest and most varied stock in B. C. 



Advance Styles in Import- 
ed Millinery 

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The Hats this season art decidedly smart 
Those which we have just opened up arc 
principally of the small turban style, with 
drooping shape. There's an' added charm 
this year in the new hats, which will at first 
sight make you fall in love with them. A 
few nevv.-iiiodel.s are reflected in bur Governs 
ment Street window. . 



Now for BoW Clothing 



\\ j ■;, the opening of school the Boy will have to be Outfitted. You will find thai this store of- 
fers you; a far wider range than any other, for the^shnple reason thai we arc the larg^esl estab 
lishmenl in the VVesI and purchase in larger quanwties, which also of fers vbu the additional ad 
stentaee ot tower prices. A speciall) fine showing is td be seen here in Twprpiece Norfolk, 
with trousers of plain and bloomer styles, also Double-breasted Two-piece Suits, with bloomier 



nam 



'.rice 



n 'in sj.=;u nil 



$12.50 




Our Boys' Three-Piece Suits A re Always a Favor ite 

Suit ("mi- Winter wear. The\ are built — not made — to stand the rough 
and tumble tisane expected of litem. Any mother who sees her' bo)' 
dressed in one of these will be proud and glad she purchased it, The) are 
in fancy worsteds and tweed-., in three button effect, finished with plain 
and fancy. cuffs. 1'riccd at from $3.75 tt $12.50 

Boys' Overcoats All Styles and Prices 

Will, the chili \ evenings coming on, a good warm Overcoal is a quick nr 
cessity, at the same time you want a stylish one. We have them here in 
endless array-, in English i ravenetjtes, waterproofs, heavy fwe'eds .\\)^\ mel 

;.,n cloths, -main of which are trimmed with velvet collars, Others with 

the two style collar, the latter of which is the newest effect yet. Priced 

from $7.50 to • $^..25 

Boys' School Caps, in golf and motor styles, of tweeds and fancy worsteds, 

at , '« ^5^ 

Boys' Knickers, in t Weeds and 
7?< to • 



anc\ worsteds, uist. the kind for school, at 
$1.50 



New Fall Suits for Men at $10.00 

to $25.00 

The Men's Clothing being shown at these prices 
will at once appeal to the particular dresser,' from 

. the everyday business suit to those of high-grade 
manufacture, for particular days. This year the 
qualitie better, the styles more attractive 

! and the values greater. A splendid line of worst- 
ed and tweed suits, in single and double-breasted 
styles in all the new shades isflmw open for your 
inspection. Priced at from Sio.oo to . . .$25.00 

Men's Overcoats, $7.50 to $25.00 

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6vercoat time is drawing near. A splendid stock 
has jusl been placed on the tables. They consist 
bf full length and three-quarter ChcVo rhelds, 
hi ties and black Iwaver 

Ch< viol . i te ivy Nigl 

:■■ nb velvet ccdl.n . Othi riS in pi 



er 



Mettbn Cloths', English 

1 Icid Tweeds, some 



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st \ ie- 



ranging in pi 



'.$25.00